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Advisor: 

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Mrs. Alice Urann 





DICATION 



Because she has watched us grow, guiding us through- 
out our high school years, it is only fitting that we dedi- 
cate our yearbook to Mrs. Alice Urann, mother, confidant, 
disciplinarian, and teacher. 

In the course of one day, "Ma" could be seen heading a 
lively discussion in her senior English class, giving some 
needed encouragement to a disheartened student, or man- 
handling a restless young man who thought he could out- 
wit her. The students fortunate enough to be assigned to 
her classes gained much more than merely information per- 
taining to a subject; for these, the quest for knowledge was 
brightened by the addition of a completely new outlook on 
education. Mrs. Urann puts spark into her classes. The 
birth of a new and deep interest within every student re- 
sults. 

Because not one of us will look back over our high school 
years — those very crucial years — without thinking of Mrs. 
Urann, it is to her that we, the class of 1965, dedicate our 
yearbook. 



President and Vice-President, Cynthia White and 
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A white winter morning 




Yet, the Plymouth Colony survived, 

but only through the staunch determination, 

toil, and effort 

of each pilgrim. 

Before the morning sun 

peeked over the eastward hills, 

the community was busy building shelters, 

tilling land, 

and spinning yarn for clothing. 

Perseverance became the watchword 

of this stalwart band. 

A deep faith in a belief 

carried the pilgrims 

over turbulent waters, 

and through troubled times 

filled with sickness, misery, 

and failure. 

The light of that faith, 
shone not only in Plymouth, 
but blazed throughout America. 




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The Pilgrims set out 

for the New World 

with few 

material possessions, 

with only their practical knowledge 

and deep faith 

to guide them. 

Yet, 

on these firm foundations, 

they surmounted 

all obstacles 

and began the building 

of our great nation. 

We are Pilgrims 

in a modern world. 

Our fate 

is different from that 

of the Pilgrims. 

Fundamentally , 

there exists many similarities. 

We are to carry on 

this great society 

based upon our Pilgrim heritage. 

Our future 

and the future of our nation 

and the world 



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lie in our hands, 

to be molded 

according to our talents. 

At Plymouth-Carver, 

a fine faculty and varied curriculum 

motivate us to develop 

our talents 

to the fullest. 

Throughout our high school lives, 

we are ever growing, 

ever developing our interests, 

and ever preparing 

for active participation 

in our society. 

The opportunities offered us 

at P.C.H.S. 

are superior. 

They enable us to follow 

in the footsteps 

of our Pilgrim forefathers. 



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which lie ahead of us. 

From our midst 

will come both community leaders 

and those "average" American citizens who form the backbone 

of our society. 

As we 'proceed, our foundation, our P.C.H.S. education, 

will sustain us. 

The light of progress, 

here continued from the days of our Pilgrim forefathers, 

will increase in magnitude, 

in some sort, to light our entire nation. 



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ADMINISTRATION 





Principal: Mr. Julian Demeo, Jr., Dean of Girls: Mrs. 
Alice Urann, Vice-Principal: Mr. C. Richard Vaughan. 



The students at Plymouth-Carver High are 
extremely fortunate in having a capable ad- 
ministration to guide them through four chal- 
lenging years of high school. Principal Julian 
Demeo and Vice-President C. Richard 
Vaughan together with Dean of Girls, Mrs. 
Alice Urann, have earned the respect of the 
pupils and teachers alike. The warmth of 
their personal interest in the individual stu- 
dent has created the atmosphere so essential 
to any institution of learning. We know them 
not only as counselors but also as friends. 
The students of P-C High are truly appreci- 
ative of the services rendered by our admini- 
stration. 







Superintendent of Schools 
Mr. F. Edward Nicolas 



PLYMOUTH-CARVER SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Front: Mrs. Adeline Keller; Mr. Erwin K. Washburn, Vice- Stewart, Chairman; Mr. David A. Cappannari; Mr. 



Chairman; Mrs. Mary D. Gomes; Mrs. Jane Gellar, Secre- 
tary. Back Row: Mr. Spencer Brewster; Dr. Samuel K. 



Edward Nicolas, Supt. 





Guiding Us In Our Quest For Knowledge 




The end of a hard day and still smiling! 



Teachers guide students through the most 
important years of their lives. They prepare 
students emotionally and scholastically to as- 
sume the duties of their careers and com- 
munties. They hold the student's future and 
that of the world in their hands. No one ele- 
ment contributes so much to our society as 
the teacher. 

We are indebted to the teachers of Ply- 
mouth-Carver High who have devoted their 
time and energy in preparing us for a suc- 
cessful life and in guiding us to become useful 
American citizens. 



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GUIDANCE 




Mr. Edward Calvin 

Harvard, Kent State, W. Reserve, Akron, Boston U. 




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The Guidance Department of our high 
school has many times been publicly praised 
for its efficiency in acquainting students of 
all curricula with opportunities available to 
them in future years. A complete library of 
college pamphlets, a series of interesting out- 
side programs and lectures, and a competent 
staff make it possible for the guidance de- 
partment to meet its responsibilities. 




College Bound? 

Mrs. Hector Patenaude 

Bridgewater 
Boston U. 

Mr. Daniel Alvino 

Fordham U., U. of Mass. B. U., Harvard, U. Maine, U. 
of New Hampshire, Clark University. 




MATHEMATICS 





Mr. Donald Mayer, Chairman 
Boston University 



Mr. Louis Cappannari (right) 
Northeastern, U. of Michigan 

Miss Helen Jarest 

Clark University 



Mr. Alexis Bakeeff (left) 
Kings Point 



In our mechanized world, mathematics becomes 
a course of prime importance to every student. 
In addition to the math program for personal 
benefit to students enrolled in a basic course of 
education, Geometry, Algebra, and Trigonometry 
are offered to the college aspirant. We feel that 
Plymouth-Carver fulfills the individual's needs. 



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Odds! I win. 



Mr. Peter Fachetti 

North Adams State 
Bridgewater 



Mr. James Perry 

Providence College 
Portia Law School 



Mr. Russell Randall 

Boston University 



Mr. Mario Romano 

Boston College 
Boston Graduate Col. 



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ENGLISH 




An A from Mrs. Levin ? 



Mr. James Ryan 

Boston College 



Mr. Reino Kock 

U. of Turku 

U. of Helsinski 

U. of Massachusetts 



Mrs. Jacqueline Levin 

Brandeis University 




Mr. Yoshiro Sanbonmatsu, Chairman 

U. of Bridgeport 

Swarthmore 



The fundamental objective of any English 
course is to improve grammar and to increase 
vocabulary, but an equally important responsib- 
ility is that of bringing out the latent potentiality 
for creativeness within a student. English elec- 
tives such as creative writing and world litera- 
ture help a student to express himself as well as 
to broaden his background. 



Mr. Joseph Auciello 

University of Mass. 



John shows Mrs. Rogers how it's done 






Mrs. Alice Urann 

Bridgewater 
Boston U. 







Of course I believe in Santa Claus! 



Miss Janet Draghetti 

Emevson College 

Mrs. Doris Rogers 

Lowell State 
Boston U. 



Miss Glenna Plaisted 

Boston University 

Mr. William Dillon 

Bridgewater State 



LIBRARY 



The Library of Plymouth-Carver High, although young, is very 
large and contains information pertaining to every subject taught 
at the high school. Study and research facilities are available to 
students at all times during the school day for the purpose of aid- 
ing a student in his work. Our library is informative, ever growing, 
and very convenient. 







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Boston Teachers College 
Simmons College 



Solitude: Library after hours 



LANGUAGES 




Pilot to Co-pilot: Parlez-vous francais? 



Miss Iris Albertini, 
Chairman 
Radcliffe 

Middlebury 




This year language has come into prominence, 
and here at Plymouth-Carver High, students are 
offered a wide range of electives to choose from. 
Four years of French and Latin are provided for 
along with two years of Spanish. A basic course 
in German was also placed into the curriculum 
this year. Our language facilities are such that 
the diligent student can gain a working knowl- 
edge of a language other than his own, as well 
as an understanding of a foreign land, through 
the study of its language, culture, and geog- 
raphy. 



Mr. John TavernelH 

Boston University 
Bridgewater State 



Miss Patricia Palmer 

Boston University 

Brown University 

Suffolk Law School 



Absent : Mrs. Lydia Marcelonis 

Valparaiso University 




It's all Greek to me. 



Mr. Andrew Dietlin 

Bridgewater State 
Boston College 



Mr. Leon Long 

Bridgewater State 
Boston University 









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SOCIAL STUDIES 




There it is! Plymouth, Massachusetts 



Mrs. Doris Krensky 

George Washington U. 
Boston University 
Bridgewater State 



Mr. Joseph Robinson 

Tufts University 
University of Maine 



Mr. Joseph Desisto 

Fordham 
Boston Graduate College 



Mr. Arne Erickson 

New York University 
Columbia 

Mr. Kenneth Taylor 

University of Miami 
Bridgewater State 



Mrs. Helen Bagnall 

Salem 
Boston University 

Miss Phyllis Johnson 

Bridgewater State 
Northeastern 



Mr. 



Bernard Barufaldi 

Holy Cross 
Vanderbilt 





The Social Studies courses at Plymouth- 
Carver High School range from man's pres- 
ent day problems covered in civics and Con- 
temporary Affairs, to Global Geography, 
World History, and psychology. American 
History is a mandatory Junior year course 
that traces our heritage from the founding 
of our nation in 1620 to our present-day, 
pressed-packed world of nuclear armament. 



Miss Phyllis Boucher, Chairman 
Worcester State 
Clark University 



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SCIENCES 



Mr. W. Douglas Edwards 

Springfield College 
Elon College 
University of N. C. 
University of Va. 
Bridgewater State 

Mrs. Mary Shinney 

Regis College 

Mr. David Barlow 

U. of Rhode Island 
Boston University 



Mr. William Levesque 

U. of New Hampshii 
Bridgewater State 




Mr. John Wiseman 

U. of New Hampshire 
Bridgewater State 




Let's flunk them all. 



Mr. John Penny 

Holy Cross 



Miss Clare Driscoll 

Chairman 
Radcliffe 
Harvard 



A forest in the science lab ? 



The Science Department of Plymouth-Car- 
ver High School has responded to man's cur- 
rent quest for universal excellence in that 
concentration of study. Every student un- 
dertakes a minimum of one and a maximum 
of four years in either the general or the 
college preparatory programs. Biology, 
Chemistry, and Physics constitute the lab 
sciences. Geology and the space sciences are 
elective courses for personal benefit. 



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Miss Beatrice Arthur, Chairman 

Salem 

Bridgewater State 

Boston University 




I did it! 25 words a minute! 




BUSINESS 
EDUCATION 

The Business Education curriculum seeks to 
prepare students for positions in business of- 
fices they may soon enter. Stenography and 
bookkeeping are only two of the many, and 
varied aspects of the program. Personal typing 
is now being offered to college preparatory 
students providing for a more complete edu- 
cation. 



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Smiles around! 



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Mr. Earle Jowdry 

U. of Mass. 

. Willard E. Mondeau 
Northeastern U. 
Bridgewater State 



Mrs. Leona Swartz 

Boston University 

Mr. William Turpin 

Salem 



Mrs. Inger Martinelli 

Ohio University 




HOME ECONOMICS 



Our home economics department provides girls with the 
opportunity to develop their home making skills and to take 
pride in their accomplishments. Home economics is an elec- 
tive in which girls can study cooking, sewing, and other 
things needed for the efficient management of the home. 





Miss Anita Drisko 
Framingham 



I'd rather do it myself! 



INDUSTRIAL ARTS 




Industrial arts is emphasized to a great extent at Ply- 
mouth-Carver High School because of its importance to 
all boys. This course offers to all young men regardless of 
curriculum not only a good training in the basics of in- 
dustrial arts, but also an opportunity for him to take pride 
in his accomplishments as they are tangible proofs of his 
skills. 



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Mr. Patenaude O.K.'s it with a wink. 

Mr. Hector Patenaude 

Fitchburg 
Boston University 
Bridgewater State 




Mr. George De Courcy 

Middle Tennessee State College 

Mr. Alfred Johnson 

Bridgewater State 

Mr. William Johnstone 

Fitchburg 
Harvard 



MUSIC 





Mr. Donald Morrison 

Boston University 



Get off my foot! 

Mr. John Pacheco 

Boston University 



The study of music for appreciation and 
the opportunity for participation in cho- 
rus are offered to all students who wish 
to broaden their cultural backgrounds. 
Because music is one of the greatest cul- 
tural sciences, it is no wonder that so 
many of the students of Plymouth-Carver 
High School have chosen to take it. 




Soft piano music 



Mr. Dennis Aresta 

Boston College 
Bridgewater State 




SPECIAL CLASS 

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Subjects taught within the special class at Ply- 
mouth-Carver High School are specifically geared 
to the abilities of its students. A good basic ed- 
ucation in all subjects is offered under the com- 
petent direction of a good teacher. 












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PHYSICAL 




Mr. Harold Rogers, Chairman 
Bridgewater State 
Boston University 



Mr. Henry Cryer 

Panzer College 



Aside from the academic aspects of Plymouth-Carver 
High School, we pride ourselves in having extensive gym 
facilities designed to develop our physical frameworks 
which will carry us through our whole lives. All students 
not participating in the sports programs are required to 
take gym two or three times a week depending on their 
particular grade levels. Such intramural activities as 
volleyball, touch football, basketball, softball, and tum- 
bling instill fair play, team work, and even a few bruises. 



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EDUCATION 





Tarzan and Jane ? 



"Muscles play a very small part," George says. 



Who said it's football season ? 



Mrs. Sandra Cheverie 

Boston University 
Sargent College 



Miss Nancy MacDuffee 

University of Mass. 




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Mr. Patrick Berry, Chairman 

School of Practical Art 

Mass. College of Art 

Bridgewater State 



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Mass. College of Art 



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The art program this year provides for 
each student the opportunity for personal 
development through creative thinking and 
self-expression. The program also provides 
for gifted students the foundation for ad- 
vanced art study and for all students, re- 
sources for richer living. 



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NON-TEACHING 
PERSONNEL 



An office party? Where! 



Mrs. Henrietta Prout 

Guidance Office 

Mrs. Dorothy Lopes 

Main Office 



Mrs. Doris Roncarati 

Main Office 

Mrs. Marion Whiting 

Main Office Secretary 




Mrs. Ruth Volta, R. N., 

School Nurse 



Permanent K.P. duty 

Mrs. Lee Saldardo, Mrs. Dorothy Zanotti, 
Mrs. Angelina Cadose, Mrs. Sally Tavares, 
Mrs. Frances Borsari, Mrs. Florence Neal, 
Mrs. Pauline Guidaboni, Mrs. Barbara 
Bartlett (dietician), Mrs. Ellen Pesonen, 
Mrs. Oria Pierce. Absent : Miss Ann 
Pesonen 




The afternoon crew. Where's the 
boss? 

Mr. Leo Mondeau 
Mr. Columbo Pedrini 
Mr. Matthew Mendes 
Mr. Wayne Meade 
Mr. Remo Lodi 



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He's a complex 

combination 

of incessant energy 

and an unceasing urge 

to discover, 

grasp, experience. 

He has many sides 

to his personality, 

for he is 

a confused creature, 

not yet 

in complete control 

of himself. 

His actions 

and thoughts 

often surprise he 

himself. 

He's searching 

for identity. 

He's groping 

for the tiny thread 

which binds himself 

to others. 

Carelessly he laughs, 

liberally he dreams, 

and carefully 

he trusts. 

Who is he? 

You will recognize him 

as you pass a window 

and study 

its reflection. 

He is you, 

the student. 



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THE STUDENTS 



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The graduating class 

of nineteen hundred and sixty-five 

has made a beginning 

in new surroundings. 

As the first class 

to have a blend 

of seniors 

from both Plymouth 

and Carver, 

we have designed 

a new class ring, 

its emblems 

depicting the historical bonding 

of our two towns. 

Our symbol, 

the Blue Eagle, 

our school colors, 

blue and white, 

and our academic 

and extracurricular objectives 

have remained the same. 

We, the seniors, 

have therefore 

continued old traditions 

in a new environment. 

We leave 

to the underclasses 

a basic foundation, 

not only to emulate 

but also to build upon. 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




PRESIDENT 
Arthur Gray 






VICE-PRESIDENT 
John Darsch 




SECRETARY 
Karen Montemaggi 



TREASURER 
Dennis Perry 



PLYMOUTH 



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Sylvia May Aguiar 

212 y 2 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 

Syl . . . "energetic" . . . college-bound, 
maybe teaching? ... but not English!! 
. . . "sincere" . . . get 'em Tutty . . . 
she's goin' in for a drive — a basket! 
. . . love that Pizza. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Bowling 3, 4; Travel 
Club 3; French Club 4; Intramurals 
2, 3, 4; Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4; Softball 
2; Tennis 3; Marching- Girls 4. 



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Richard Hugh Agnew 

84 Warren Avenue, Plymouth 

Prized possession — Key to Sweetheart 
. . . hmm?? . . . Rick . . . "oomph!!" 
... oh no! that Registry inspector 



again 



. "intense" . . . where's Rick 
— sleeping . . . quiet blondes take 
notice . . . "You ain't lying" . . . Col- 
lege, here he comes! 

Intramurals 3; Varsity Tennis 3; Stu- 
dent Council 4; Student Government 
Day 3. 



CARVER H.S. 




Harold Mark Antonioetti 

276 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

Harold aspires life in his own paradise 
. . . "studious" . . . service-life for him 
. . . "devoted" ... to ... 'intelligent 
blondes' ... pet peeve: people 
likes humor in general ... do him a 
favor and . . . "Gee thank's — I'll re- 
member you in my will." 

Track 2; Math Club 3, 4; Chess Club; 
Cross Country; Dance Committees 2, 3. 



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Philip Anderson 

State Road, Manomet 

Skip . . . here comes the teacher . . . 
"(coquettish" . . . dislikes Progress 
(?) Reports . . . found in the Star 
Lunch . . . "rambunctious" . . . "O'Ya" 
prized possession : my truck a 
Blue Boy . . . looking for a persona- 
lity-plus girl. 

Baseball 2; 10«;-week 2; 15<*-a-week 
3; Latin Club 2, 3; Band 2. 



Marcia Jean Armstrong 

274 Sandwich Road, Plymouth 

College bound . . . dislikes: "Them" 
. . . "demur" . . . Likes "My captain" 
. . . "dimunitive" . . . mmm — that Peter- 
type . . . Look! she is coming down the 
ski slopes. 

S.A.S. 2; aLtin Club 2; Travel Club 
2, 3; Pilgrim 2, 3; Co-editor co-curri- 
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Dennis Louis Babini 

Oak Ridge, Plymouth 

"Casanovai-sh . . . janjaroon" . . . this 

Italian is going to be a game warden 

. . . favorite possession is his 30.06 

6-cx. watch out teachers! 

Football 1, 3; Track 3, 4; Geology Club 
3. 



Richard Askins 
Standish Ave., Plymouth 

"Bud" . . . "reserved internal" . . . fu- 
ture plans hold drafting school . . . 
dislikes the name "George" . . . likes 
drawing . . . and the Zanello truck . . . 
and pizza. 

Lab Assistant 3, 4. 



Ruth Mary Ball 

43 Stafford Street, Plymouth 

"fanciful . . . Friendly" . . . soon to be 
a nurse in white . . . found around 
Brant Rock . . . pet peeve — not having 
a license . . . likes the Rex, clothes 
and dancing . . . two-faced people — 
"Oh no!" . . . submarine sandwiches — 
"Oh yes!" 

Pep Squad 3, 4; Clarion 3; Nurses 
Club 4; Bowling 3, 4. 






CLASS 




Peter Austin Baker 

Alden Street Ext., Plymouth 

"bluff . . . hefty" . . . watch him girls, 
he's going to make a million! . . . For- 
get it! . . . that's his reply to snobby 
girls and cars that won't go ... but 
there is a certain sophomore 
hmm ?. 

Football 1, 2. 



James Hamilton Ballard 

18 Bay View Avenue, Plymouth 

"Can you Cook?" . . . that's the first 
requirement . . . Jimmy . . . "reserved" 
. . . found around North Plymouth . . . 
onwards and upwards are his Future 
plans . . . sannyose . . . burr! those 
cold rooms . . . good thing he's got 
his Holbrook Sweatshirt ... a real 
"pro" at tennis. 



PLYMOUTH- 



Tennis 3, 4; 
Country 4. 



"Our Town" 3; Cross 



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Ralph Thomas Barkhouse 

Rocky Hill Road, Plymouth 

"Just Curious" . . . loveable . . . flir- 
tatious . . . Ralph likes girls and Prince 
spaghetti . . . slow drivers Beware of 
him . . . spends most of his time read- 
ing. 

Clarion 3; Library assistant 4. 



OF 1965 





Jane Anne Barengo 

Carver Road, Plymouth 

"Petulant" . . . Jane's going to be a 
nurse . . . beware patients! . . . A slen- 
der lass who dislikes drivers who take 
their half of the road in the middle! 
. . . likes Larry of course . . . how 
'bout a cheer, Jane! 

Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Marching Girls 2; 
Travel Club 2, 3; Fifteen-cent-a-week 
2, 3; Pilgrim 4; Bowling 4; Sports 
Club 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 4. 



CARVER H.S. 




Lucille Jan Barrows 

Center Street, Carver 

Lucille . . . more commonly known as 
. . . Lovey . . . "gifted . . . unvexed" 
. . . anyone that knows her, knows that 
her prized possession is ... a comb 
and mirror . . . next to tall, handsome 
boys . . . she likes . . . lobster . . . 
good luck in nursing, Lovey, 

Basketball 2, 3; Marching Girls 4; 
Pilgrim 4; Prom Comm. 3; Pep Squad 
3 ; Fut. Nurses' Club 4. 



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Maureen Jane Barrett 

22 Cordage Terrace, Plymouth 

"Ya, Das is neben" . . . have "Mae" 

translate that for ya this poised 

girl is going to teach German . . . 
"warm . . . friendly" . . . ask B.K. . . . 
Say Mike M., what did ya do to 
Mae?. 

S.A.S. Representative 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Prom; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Dance Com- 
mittee 2, 3; Pilgrim 4; Bookcover 
salesman 2; Fashion show 3; Lab as- 
sistant 4; Bowling 4; Student Govern- 
ment Day 3. 



Peter Paul Basler 

71 Cherry Street, Plymouth 

"rugged" . . . football star . . . sports, 
food, girls — that's what "Pete" likes 
. . . don't mention last football games! 
. . . Pete leaves the team for college 
. . . can ya fill the gap. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. 








James Wilson Bates 

Abington Avenue, White Horse 

"talkative" . . . likes quiet girls . . . 
and a fishing rod and reel . . . "non- 
chalant" . . . "Oh Fudge" . . . Another 
early morning . . . arms to operate 
heavy machinery . . . (toot!) Steak 
break. 



Kathryn Jane Bastoni 

362 Court Street, Plymouth 

"friendly" . . . "charming" . . . don't 
keep "Fish" waiting . . . mmmm- 
lasagna . . . sing a song of ... hey! 
you're out of your trees . . . little 
sister's watcher . . . lucky little sister 
. . . say teach! 

Pilgrim 4; Student Gov't Day 3; "Mik- 
ado" 3; "Yeoman of the Guard" 3; 
"Trial by Jury" 3; Class Treasurer 3; 
Prom Committee 3; Office Assistant 
3; Chorus 2, 3, 4; School Quartet 3, 
4; districts S.E.M.S.B.A. 3; Leader 
Corp 3, 4; Pep Squad 4; Graduation 
Usher 3; Drama Club 4; "Pygmallion" 
4. 



Claire Marie Botelho 

Plymouth Street, Carver 

"Hey Badonga!" . . . that's just Belin- 
gee-eh Claire . . . calling her friend 
. . . "Laughing" , . . likes her . . . grrr 
. . . stuffed tiger . . . jovical . . , need 
a "perm" . . . passes the time skating 
. . . with fun loving boys. 






CLASS 





Anna Maria Botelho 

9 Washington Street, Plymouth 

Ann wants to become an accountant 
. . . "moppet" . . . it's those snobbish 
people and getting up early that Ann 
doesn't like . . . "laughing". 



Beverly Ann Brown 

150 Billington Street, Plymouth 

"Ma . . . her favorite pastime — being 
a mother . . . and Paul . . . likes new 
clothes, clothes, clothes . . . and travel 
. . . "austere" . . . dislikes getting up 
early . . . "Ya said it" . . . "domestic" 
. . . mmm steak . . . and pizza . . . 
seeks a secretarial career. 



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Hilary Towle Bubbins 

Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

"Hilly" plans to attend Katherine 
Gibbs School . . . getting up in the 
morning and people who are never on 
time irritate her . . . "whimsical" . . . 
clothes, boys, and money please her 
. . . prized possession . . . My license. 

Marching Girls 2; Field Hockey 2, 3; 
Basketball 2, 3; Tennis 2; Dance Com- 
mittee 2; Homeroom Representative 3. 



OF 1965 






Margaret Cecelia Buckley 

R.F.D. 1, Arlington Road, Plymouth 

"Bam" . . . "Tenacious" . . . likes her 
yellow blanket . . . enjoys the beach 
. . . dull weekends don't fit her plans 
. . . "CeCe" dreams of a happy home. 

National Honor Society 4; Cheerlead- 
ing 3, 4; Student Council 2, 4; Class 
Secretary 2; Pep Squad 2; Future 
Nurse 4; Pilgrim Staff 4; Prom Com- 
mittees 3, 4; Bowling 4; Sports Club 
4; Art Club 2. 



George Lewis Brown 

Summer Street, Plymouth 

College bound ... to Salem State Col- 
lege . . . George likes to argue . . . 
"self -conscientious . . . sincere" 
give him a gal that can cook . . . pet 
peeve — homework . . . usually found 
reading ... or eating lobster . . . his 
favorite food. 

Leader Corps 3, 4; Chess Club 3; Stu- 
dent Government Day 3. 




Eric Burgess 

Liberty Street, Plymouth 

"good natured" . . . "helpful" 
ambition — trade school . . . "Mr. 
nice" . . . likes green . . . and food . . . 
found at work. 



CARVER H.S. 



Allen William Bumpus, Jr. 

Barley Lane, Plymouth 

"Lackadaisical" . . . "Humble" 
Allen likes all sports and dancing . . . 
dislikes nicknames. He wishes to be- 
come a "pro" in sports. 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Intramural Volleyball 
2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. 



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Paul Kevin Burkett 

Herring Pond Road, Cedarville 

"Drowsy" . . . "What can I say" . . . 
Paul dislikes nothing to do and quiet 
places . . . "droll" . . . cars, music, 
and girls, especially blondes, he likes 
. . . watch for Paul guarding us in the 
Coast Guard. 



Idore Michael Butters 

17 Nelson Street, Plymouth 

"Reserved", but oh so sportsminded 
. . . look for "Mac" on the football 
field, baseball diamond, and the bas- 
ketball court . . . with his drive, he'll 
go far-in business . . . favorite pastime 
— sleeping . . . pet peeve — getting up, 
naturally. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 2, 4. 




Marilyn Louise Burton 

26 Olmstead Terrace, Plymouth 

"All grown up" . . . ready for marriage 
... to Dennis . . . "good natured" . . . 
engaging . . . to a tall-dark, handsome 
boy . . . found at the bowling alley . . . 
and the movies . . . "You don't say." 

Office Assistant 3, 4; Cashier 2, 3, 4; 
Graduation Usher 3; Student Gov't. 
Day 3; Bowling 3, 4. 





CLASS 





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Walter James Cabral 

30 Nicks Rock Road, Plymouth 

Nocturnal . . . Walter perfers "nice" 
girls . . . dislikes snobby ones . . . "Get 
me!" ... durable ... Future plans in- 
clude military service. 

Track 3, 4. 



Sally Emerson Butterfield 

Jordan Road, Chiltonville 

"Unbelievable" . . . "Unique" . . . "Ex- 
uberant" . . . Sally values her sanity 
. . . doesn't mix with crowd-conscious 
conformists . . . would like to become 
a nurse and enter the Peace Corps. 

10<! a week collector 2; S.A.S. alter- 
nate 2; Field Hockey 2, 3; Basketball 
2; Newspaper 2, 3; Drama Club 3, 4; 
Future Nurses Club President 4; Girl's 
Sports Club 3; Prom Committees 3, 
4; School News Correspondent 2, 3, 4. 



PLYMOUTH 



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OF 1965 




James Warren Cadose, Jr. 

7 Castle St., Plymouth 

"You want to get Greezed?" Jimmy 
dislikes getting up and Chevies . . . 
his prized possession is his Ford . . . 
Future plans include Military Service 
. . . Watch out, Uncle Sam! 



CARVER H.S. 



Louise Ann Cadose 

16 Nicks Rock Road, Plymouth 

Louise hopes to become a secretary 
. . . "Oh no!" . . . fastidious and 
friendly . . . dislikes moody people . . . 
Always talking on the phone 
prized possession is her license. 

Pep Squad 3, 4; Library Assistant 3, 
4; Bowling 3; Pilgrim 4; National 
Honor Society 4; Secretary 4; Office 
Assistant 4; S.A.S. Delegate 2, 3; 15<j- 
a week collector 2, 3. 





Charles Edgar Carafoli 

32 Mayflower St., Plymouth 

Rascally . . . Skippy ... "/ doubt it" 
... he especially dislikes freshmen 
. . . can you blame him? . . . prized 
possession is his "little opel" . . . 
rugged. 

Football 2, 4; Baseball 2; Basketball 2. 



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Wayne Leslie Campbell 

16 Peck Ave, Plymouth 

Shy . . . Hopes to join the Service or 
attend a Jr. College . . . prized pos- 
session is his bowling shoes . . . taci- 
turn . . . his four brothers peeve him 
... "I bet." 

Baseball 2. 



Andrew Walter Carr 

Federal Furnace Road, Plymouth 

He's off . . . to the Virgin Islands . . . 
to find those girls he's looking for 
. . . Andy . . . "impulsive" . . . found in 
Jim's . . . drinking cokes on the rocks 
. . . "reckless" . . . See Anybody You 
Know? . . . Hates Chevies . . . Likes 
Fords . . . seen with ... ?. 

Football 2; Baseball 2. 






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West Street, Carver 

"Gerry" . . . "marriage-minded" 
"enthusiastic" . . . especially about her 
ambition — guess! 



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Dance Committees 2. 



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Diane Chris Carreau 

Federal Furnace Road, Plymouth 

Thoroughly likes a certain Russ . . . 
plans to attend I.B.M. School and then 
get married . . . "Well, the get-em!" 
. . . independent . . . dislikes homework 
and being late . . . magniloquent. 

15<f a week collector 3; Bowling 3; Pep 
Squad 3. 




Frank Albert Cavicchi 

3 Forest Avenue Ct., Plymouth 

Slick . . . Frank's pet peeve is home- 
work ... he likes Chevy's and espe- 
cially prizes a certain junior . . . hopes 
to go to a Technical School . . . inde- 
pendent . . . "That's Close!" 





CLASS 





David Neal Ceccarelli 

Summer St., Plymouth 

"assiduous" . . . hopes to be an engi- 
neer . . . pet peeve : lunch line growing 
longer — in front! . . . "evasive" 
seeks good-looking girls . . . prized 
possession: my car keys ... love that 
steak. 

Band 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 4; Orches- 
tra 4; Travel Club 3; Math Club 3, 4; 
French Club 4. 



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Daniel Anthony Carvalho 

5 Rodman Lane, Plymouth 

Prized possession is his trombone . . . 
really enjoys "jam" sessions . . . stu- 
dious and scientific . . . plans to get 
degree in engineering . . . Danny's pet 
peeve . . . those Physics lab experi- 
ments . . . which may explain his favo- 
rite saying . . . "That doesn't com- 
pute!" 

Band 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3; Travel 
Club 3; Math Club 3; Student Ex- 
change Committee 3; Orchestra 4; Sen- 
ior Show 4. 



PLYMOUTH- 




Allan Burton Cleveland 

Doten Road, Plymouth 

Allan's pet peeve is a certain '55 Ford 
. . . plans on college, then the Air 
Force for a career . . . likes his guitar 
and R.M. . . . "What's the matter with 
you?" . . . easy-going and personable. 

Football 3; Track 2; Jr. Prom Com- 
mittees 3; Home Room Representative 
3, 4. 



OF 1965 





Abigail Ann Churchill 

Brewster Street, Manomet 

Abby . . . "talkative . : . friendly" . . . 
college bound . . . prefers boys who 
are "real hunks" . . . likes staggered 
dismissals . . . and her stereo . . . but 
Monday mornings . . . "No Suh." 

Pep Squad 3, "Clarion" 3, 4; French 
Club 4; Travel Club 2, 3; Student 
Gov't Day 3. 




CARVER H.S. 



Evelyn Ruth Conroy 

7 High Cliff Ave., Plymouth 

Evie plans to attend college and re- 
ceive her degree in nursing . . . under- 
standing and unvexed . . . "You would- 
n't believe it!" . . . dislikes ordinary 
days . . . her kitten is her prized pos- 
session. 

Student Council 2, 3; Field Hockey 3; 
Girls Athletic Association 2, 3; Class 
Project 3; Chorus 3, 4; Volleyball 4; 
Math Club 4; Future Nurses' Club 4; 
First Aid Club 2. 




Cynthia Jane Cline 

29 Leydon St., Plymouth 

Look, and you'll find "Cindy" yakking 
on the phone . . . Watch out for her 
lizards! — bracelets, that is . . . "Hig- 
gledy-piggyledy" . . . watch out kids! 
Cindy is going to be a teacher! 

Latin Club 2, 3; Pilgrim 3, 4; Clarion 
3; Jr. Prom 3; Library Assistant 3; 
Graduation Usher 3; Pep Squad 3. 



George Guild Cook 

Sandwich St., Plymouth 

"gifted . . . musical" . . . plans to be 
a music teacher . . . passes the time 
. . . sleeping ... or playing the "sax" 
. . . dislikes smart women drivers . . . 
"That's close!" . . . maybe too close. 

Band 2, 3, 4. 





Judith Diane Copley 

70 Allerton St., Plymouth 

likes leatherclothes . . . motorcycles, 
drums and guitars . . . sarcastically 
retorts, "Thrills!" . . . composed . . . 
Judy dislikes conformity . . . future 
plans varied ... To visit Liverpool, 
see U.S., to become a writer of fiction 
or form an R.R. group . . . offbeat. 




Ronald E. Cook, Jr. 

7 Nelson St., Plymouth 

Skip likes that certain someone . . . 
plans on attending Electronics School 
& Air Force candidate school . . . dis- 
likes talky girls & adult drivers . . . 
determined & reserved . . . "It that 
right!" 



Joseph Louis Corshia 

Carver Road, Plymouth 

Joe . . . soon to be wearing . . . the 
Air Force blue . . . now . . . driving 
around town . . . "active" . . . "empha- 
tic" . . . pet peeve : holes in the road. 





Robert Anthony Corshia 

Forest Ave. Ct., Plymouth 

"active . . . boisterous" . . . Robert is 
Navy bound . . . likes Baseball ... a 
'51 Chevy . . . steak . . . and the Roll- 
ing Stones . . . found around town . . . 
dislikes 6th period class. 

Baseball 2, 3. 



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Donald Joseph Correa 

11 Shaw Court, Plymouth 

Donnie . . . color him any shade of 
blue . . . "concise" . . . any nice, under- 
standing girl take notice . . . likes piz- 
za and his mother's cooking . . . and 
of course, the Republician party . . . 
ambition — lawyer . . . passes the time 
playing or watching sports . . . dis- 
likes false people. 

Pilgrim 2, 3; Editor-in-chief 4; S.A.S. 
H.r. Rep. 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3 
Travel Club 3; Graduation Usher 3 
Jr. Prom 3; Class Ring- Committee 3 
Rep. to Youth Citizenship Conf. 3 
Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Var- 
sity Club 3, 4; Student Gov't Day 3. 



PLYMOUTH- 




Dennis James Costa 

34 Cherry St., Plymouth 

Likes life in general . . . "amicable" 
. . . loafing . . . with . . . quiet, sensi- 
sible girls . . . "handsome" . . . ambi- 
tion — college . . . dislikes conceited 
people . . . and . . . getting up early 
. . . Denny would rather "cool it". 

Band 2, 3 ; Latin Club 2 ; Math Club 3 ; 
Dance Committees 2, 3; Prom co-chair- 
man 3; Baseball 2; Bookcover sales- 
man 2. 



OF 1965 





Christine Ann Costa 

14 Castle Street, Plymouth 

"Ambitious" . . . getting ready for Jr. 
College and marriage to that certain 
guy with the '6U XL convertable . . . 
prizes her license . . . those terrible 
Monday mornings . . . "out going" . . . 
"Are you kidding me?" . . . Chris has 
found that masculine, even tempered, 
fair haired boy. 

National Honor Society 4; Leader 
Corps 4; Pilgrim 4; Pep Squad 3; 
Bowling 3; Girls' Sport's Club 3; Clar- 
ion 3; Secretary to Dept. Head 4. 




Diane Gale Costa 

Carver Road, Plymouth 

Diane's ambition lies in John Powers 
Modeling School . . . "Independent" 
. . . Her pet peeve includes people who 
lie . . . "queer or what!" . . . riding 
around ... Who is that boy, Diane? 

Bowling 3, 4. 




Linda Jacquerline Costa 

R.F.D. 3 South Meadow Rd., Carver 

Prized possession class ring . . . "flitty" 
. . . likes quiet guys and considerate 
boys . . . "It's highly possible, but I 
doubt it." . . . Oh! Those conceited 
boys . . . Navy Nurse Corps get ready 
. . . "stentorian." 

Dean's Council 3 ; Library 3, 4. 



CARVER H.S. 



Eugene Anthony Costa 

9 Ocean View Ave., Plymouth 

"Devoted" . . . quiet . . . future plans 
include the priesthood . . . prized pos- 
session: Ad Altare Dei Medal ... dis- 
likes disrespectful people . . . likes bas- 
ketball & volleyball. 




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Linda Mae Costa 

14 Peck Avenue, Plymouth 

Linda likes convertibles and records 
. . . "Get 'em" . . . "calm" . . . Oh, those 
conceited and snobbish people 
agreeable . . . maybe Linda will meet 
that tall, dark, and handsome boy 
when she becomes a secretary. 

Pep Squad 3; Pilgrim 4; Secretary to 
Department Head 4 ; 



Ronald Clyfton Courtney 

157 Summer St., Plymouth 

Ronnie . . . found . . . working on 
a '53 Merc convertible . . . "lack- 
adaisical" . . . likes sleeping late . . . 
and a certain brown-eyed brunette 
. . . future plans — electrical engineer 
. . . "clever" . . . dislikes snobs 
. . . pet peeve-fights with L.C. 




Richard Bernard Costa 

58 Cherry Street, Plymouth 

Richard's future plans include ar- 
chitectural engineering . . . Who's 
that girl, Richy? . . . dislikes Chevies 
. . . "lively" . . . "What's happening?" 
. . . Ahaaa . . . Just what I thought. 

Baseball 3,4; 





CLASS 




Roberta Ann Cristani 

Cherry Court, Plymouth 

Bobbie . . . "bouncy" . . . likes 
Tommy . . . (Who else?) 



Dina Linda Cotti 

10 Castle Street, Plymouth 

"Your Awful" . . . favorite song, 
"Last Kiss" . . . likes the Beatles 
. . . pastime is driving her '59 Ford 
likes boys tall ... and husky 
. . . Richie . . . plans I.B.M. school. 

Field Hockey 2, 3; Clarion typist 3; 
Pilgrim typing staff 3 ; pep squad 3 ; 
Bowling team 3; 



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. . "petite" . . . business 
... pet peeve: getting 



spaghetti . . . 
. . . "Get'em" 
school bound 
up early. 

Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Press Club 2; 
Newspaper 2, 3; Pilgrim 2; Jr. Prom 
3; Bowling 3, 4; Graduation Usher 3; 



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PLYMOUTH 




Lucille Mary Croft 

Fremont Street, Plymouth 

''reposed . . . sophisticated" . . . that's 
Lucille . . . who can be heard to say 
"Jeekers, Garel . . . her contact lenses 
. . . plans to be a medical technolo- 
gist . . . pet peeve ... a certain 
blonde female. 

Pilgrim 3, 4; Math Club 3; Latin 
Club 2; Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Nat'l 
Honor 3, 4; Leader Corp 3, Chairman 
4, Jr. Prom 3; Dance Comm 2. 



OF 1965 




Carol Jean Cristofori 

7 West St., Plymouth 

Bouncy and perky . . . plans to go to 
l.B.M. School . . . Likes her sailor 
boy . . . "Actually!" . . . What peeves 
you so about Buster Richards, Carol? 

10 cent a week collector 2; Travel 
Club 2, 3; Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; 
15 cent a week collector 3; Monitor 3, 
4; Pilgrim 3, 4; Clarion 3, 4; Future 
Nurses Club 4; Senior Show Ticket 
Committee, 4; 




CARVER H.S. 



Edward Francis Curran 

10 Nelson Street, Plymouth 

Ned ... A "non-conformist" 
"How about this?" ... he plans to 
be ... RICH!! ... no wonder Ned 
likes . . . green . . . and monkey fists 
. . . "happy-go-lucky" . . . found down 
town . . . when he's not . . . zzzz sleep- 
ing. 



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Kathleen Crowell 

Hyannis Road, Manomet 

Kathy plans to attend l.B.M. school 
. . . spirited and sporty . . . Gay Pee 
is her prized possession . . . "Get' em" 
. . . she really dislikes homework. 

Softball 2; Field Hockey 3, 5; Old 

Colony Track Meet 2, 3, 4; Clarion 

3; Girl's Sports Club 3, 4: TW~~ 
Pool 4. 



Robert Frederick Curtis, Jr. 

River Street, Plymouth 

Winsome . . . "Say, hey Feller! . . . 
He plans to become a corporation 
lawyer after attending college 
prized possession is an old watch 
with no hands . . . savior-faire . . . 
Bobby especially likes his 1958 volks- 
wagon and girls . . . welcome addition 
to PCHS. 

Football 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Committee 
3; Sophomore Executive Council 2; Sr. 
Prom Committee 4. 




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Eleanor Jane Davis 

Doten Road, Plymouth 

Jane ... is known ... to say . . . 
^-"How bad is that?" . . . "outgoing" 
^. . . friendly" . . . prefers Ivy Leaguers 
. . . and pizza . . . can be heard . . . 
talking on the phone . . . prized pos- 
session — class ring. 

Dean's Council 3; Book Cover Sales- 
man 3. 



John Charles Darsch 

27 Sunrise Avenue, Plymouth 

seeks a long and happy life 
Jackie . . . "natural" . . . found on the 
golf course ... or ... goofing-off 
. . . "sharp" . . . looks for a friendly 
girl and a lot of fun . . . "Are you 
serious?" . . . negative to conceited 
people and being called John. 

M.I.T. Seminar 3; National Honor 
Society 4; Prom Committee 3; Travel 
Club 2, 3; Latin Club 2, 3; Varsity 
Club 3, 4; Pilgrim 2, 3, 4; Class Vice- 
President 3, 4; SAS 2; Golf 3, 4; 
Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Student Government Day 2, 3; Clarion 
Staff 3; Class Ring Committee 3; 



Thomas William Dearn 

Federal Furnace Road, Plymouth 

Intends to become a restaurant owner 
. . . wonder why? "Get em" . . . bring- 
ing a girl home early is quite a chore 
. . . enjoys bowling . . . ask Roberta . . . 
"inquisitive." 






CLASS 





Kathleen Alice Davis 

Manomet 

"quiet . . . retiring" . . . but an ardent 
Beatle fan . . . prizes Ringo's pictures 
. . . and John Lennon's "In His own 
Write" ... ambition — travel ...likes 
short, handsome, and musical boys 

but oh! . . . little sisters! 
easy Kathy . . . "Don't get Huffy!" 



Oliver De Lancey 

Beaver Dam Road, Manomet 

"sandy . . . impish" . . . likes girls 
. . . and a '56 Ford . . . quite the 
operator ... on cars at least 
that's why he's going to be a me- 
chanic . . . (yawn) . . . those early 
mornings . . . Oliver . . . ready for fun 
. . . ugh! . . . lousy food! 



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PLYMOUTH- 



Mary Jean Diaz 

Plymouth Rock Terrace, Plymouth 

Wants to be an IBM operator . . . 
likes her parakeet but hates snobs 
and glasses, . . . "exultant" . . . "Oh 
ya" . . . confident . . . likes TV. 

Basketball 3. 




Richard Francis Delano 

99 Court Street, Plymouth 

"unassuming . . . hardy" . . . soon to 
be flying high as an airplane pilot 
treasures his car . . . and can 
usually be found . . . under it ... 
"I bet!" . . . pet peeve — VI period 
class. 



George Peter DiLiddo 

34 South Park Avenue, Plymouth 

"Are you kidding?" . . . no, he really 
likes '56 Fords . . . usually found 
bowling ... "carefree" . . . what the 
future holds . . . Who Knows? . . . 
dislikes green arrows at traffic lights 
. . . but not . . . (yum, yum) Italian 
Food. 




Dennis Diegoli 

3 West Street, Plymouth 

"sailing, sailing, over the" . . . Oscar's 
bound for the Navy ... so shy . . . 
does he like RED?... "quick 
skittish" . . . favors pizza . . . and re- 
spectable girls ... "I doubt it" . . . 
prized possession-driver's license. 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 4. 



Nancy Lou Doll 

69 Cliff Street, Plymouth 

Nance . . . "active . . . impish" . . . 
aspires graduation . . . from college 
. . . likes boys ... to be ... conside- 
rate and have a sense of humor . . . 
and tall . . . dislikes snobs . . . found 
sailing or playing sports. 

Pilgrim 2, 3; Sports Editor 4; Class 
Secretary 2 ; Student Cluncil 2 ; Basket- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; 
Softball 2; Prom Committee 3; Latin 
Club 2, 3; Senior Show 4; Sports Club 
3, 4; Graduation Usher 3. 



CARVER H.S. 




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Dennis Americo Draffone 

Brooke Road, Manomet 

Denny ... is going to join the ser- 
vice . . . "aimiable . . . happy-go-lucky" 
. . . passes the time at work . . . mmm 
steak! . . . likes quiet girls . . . enjoys 
baseball. 



Karin Marie Edwards 

Sandwich Rd., Plymouth 

"conscientious . . . aloof" . . . Karin 
hopes to attend a liberal arts college 

dislikes unfriendly people 
likes clothes, boys, money, and letters 

prefers considerate boys 
Oh yes, handsome too. 

Latin Club 2; Library Asst. 3; French 
Club 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 3; Field 
Hockey 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Prom 
Committee 3; Sports Club 4; National 
Honor Society 4; Youth Citizenship 
Conference 3. 




Patricia Gail Dupuis 

4 Nelson Street, Plymouth 

hopes to go to college . . . but dis- 
likes homework . . . "sedate" 
prizes that charm bracelet . . . enjoys 
eating pizza . . . "mild." 

Travel Club 3. 





CLASS 




Louis Duverger 

Central Avenue, North Carver 

Louie hopes to attend Franklin Insti- 
tute . . . "genial" . . . likes girls, 
especially nice ones . . . prizes motor 
scooter and likes working on cars. 



Brian Dennis Emond 

R-14 Mt. Pleasant St., Plymouth 

Jocose . . . Brian likes girls, money, 
and cars — in that order . . . plans to 
get rich . . . Wise freshmen really 
peeve him . . . "That's all she wrote!" 
. . . "harmonious." 

Band 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 4; Dance Com- 
mittee 3; 10 cent a week collector 2; 
Baseball 2. 



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PLYMOUTH- 




James Francis Fahey 

152 Summer Street, Plymouth 

Favorite pastime is loafing . . . un- 
ruffled . . . Jimmy plans to make a 
million dollars . . . "Are you kidding!" 
he dislikes Monday mornings 
moderate. 



OF 1965 




Susan Mae Enos 

Russell Mills Road, Plymouth 

"Don't panic!" . . . our Suzy is poised 
and sagacious . . . dreams of college 
and then travel . . . her likes include 
people, food, sports, and summertime 
. . . but watch out for Math IV! 

Latin Club 2; Travel Club 2; Field 
Hockey 2; Marching Girls 2; Office 
Assistant 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 2; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 
4; Dean's Council 3, 4; Dance Com- 
mittee 2; Jr. Prom 3; Basketball 4. 




CARVER H.S. 



Anthony Thomas Fernandes 

82 South Street, Plymouth 

"Tony" . . . popular . . . found at the 
movies with ... "I give up" . . . likes 
to listen to Jazz . . . buoyant 
likes Marion . . . and horses 
plans to join the Peace Corps . . . 
likes blue . . . and turkey. 

Clarion 3, 4; Intermurals 3, 4; 



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Lauren Elizabeth Ferazzi 

12 Clyfton Street, Plymouth 

"attractive" . . . school and then David 
. . . likes "Kim" . . . pizza and madras 
plaid . . . but not Monday mornings 
. . . and . . . (brrrr) cold classes . . . 
but . . . "That sounds like a personal 
problem." 

Marching Girls 2, 3, S.A.S. Rep.2, S. 
A.S. Banker 3; Travel Club 2; Dance 
Committee 2. 



Rochelle Anne Fernandes 

Purchase Street, Carver 

"Catch you Later" ... or you can 
try ... if she's not up in the air 
... as an airline stewardess 
"Shapely" . . . likes boys tall, dark, 
and handsome with pretty eyes . . . 
"tempermental" . . . passes the time 
arguing . . . hopefully . . . not with 
the owner ... of a certain class ring. 

Field Hockey 1, Girls Choir 2, Basket- 
ball 2, Pep Squad 3, Pilgrim 4, Cashier 
4, Office Assistant 4, Dean's Council 
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Paula Mary Figlioli 

19 Prince Street, Plymouth 

"exuberant" . . . prized possessio7i-my 
license . . . pet peeve . . . being called 
"Fig" . . . "ostentatious" . . . enjoys 
watching football and dancing 
Paula . . . peppy cheerleader . . . plans 
include being an airline stewardess. 

Sports Club 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, Co- 
captain 3, 4, Graduation Usher 3, 
Bowling 3, 4 . 



Sarah Bartlett Freeland 
Brook Road, Manomet 

sincere and attractive . . . Sally plans 
to attend college . . . dislikes people 
who are never on time . . . prized 
possession is her Pendleton Suit . . . 
"It's pathetic!" 

Latin Club 2; Travel Club 2, 3; Clarion 
3, 4; Lit Magazine 4; Graduation 
Usher 3; French Club 4; 




Ronald Edward Figueiredo 
44 Standish Ave., Plymouth 

Ronnie . . . casual . . . flirty . . . pas- 
ses the time sleeping or seeing a 
certain someone . . . prized posses- 
sion . . . my license . . . future holds 
college then laiv school . . . likes 
"World Lit" class . . . pet peeve; . . . 
~ late people and busy phones 
Whose Ronnie? 

Basketball 2, 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Latin 
Club 2; Travel Club 2, 3; SAS 2; 
Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom 
3, Pilgrim 2, 3; Editor-in-Chief 4; 
MIT Symposium 3; Student Govern- 
ment Day 2, 3; Quiz Bowl 3; Boy's 
State 3. 





Gilbert Howard Freeman 

2 Stoddard Street, Plymouth 

Gillie . . . "rory-cum-tory" . . . the 
Beau Brummell of P-C-H. "attractive" 
. . . found in Hanover . . . known for 
his . . . "Excuse me!" . . . did you 
say . . . grotesque sneakers? ? . . . likes 
MONEY . . . clothes . . . and albums 
. . . but not English. 

Student Gov't Day 3; Latin Club 2; 
Travel Club 2, 3; "Our Town" 3; 
15 cent a week collector 3; Graduation 
Usher 3; Jr. Prom 3. 



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Harry Joseph Fox 

Carver Road, Plymouth 

Harry's pet peeve ... work and 
Blake's conceit . . . "You turkey!" . . . 
likes girls, food, and money . . . plans 
to further his education . . . "foxy" 
and active. 



PLYMOUTH- 




Robert Furtardo 

4 Russell Avenue, Plymouth 

"Huh?" . . . Pancho sure is different 
. . . Girls are his favorite pastime . . . 
dislikes English classes . . . content. 

Football 2,3; 



OF 1965 





Brenda Lee Furtado 

Plymouth Street, Carver 

Chub . . . "vivacious . . . amiable" . . . 
likes T-A-L-L- boys . . . especially 
from the Cape . . . prized possession 

her long -sought- for license 
soon to be wearing white ... as a 
nurse . . . dislikes phonies . . . and 
troublemakers. 

Basketball 2, 4; Latin Club 3, 4; 
Future Nurses Club 4; Leader Corps 
4; Nat'l Honor Society 4; Pilgrim 4; 
Jr. Prom 3; Graduation Usher 3; 
Pep Squad 3; Field Hockey 1; Dean's 
Council 4. 



CARVER H.S. 





Theresa Mae Furtado 
282 V 2 Court Street, Plymouth 

"saucy" . . . that's "Teso" . . . passes 
the time talking ... or reading . . . 
or downtown ... or maybe just being 
. . . with a certain boy . . . "Ar-ee-ova!" 
. . . likes pink . . . pizza . . . horse- 
backing riding . . . pet peeve — a cer- 
tain little sister. 

Chorus 4, Dean's Council 4, Drama 
Club 4, Pep Squad 4, 



Joseph Perry Giar, Jr. 

Briggs Avenue, Manomet 

found working on cars . . . getting 
them ready to drive at the Indianapolis 
500 . . . "Husky" . . . likes quiet so- 
ciable girls . . . "optomistic" "What 
I mean!" likes money and cars . . . 
dislikes fast cars . . . sloiv drivers 



Paul Gately 

68 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

college boiaid . . . whatever happens 
. . . remember ... "7 didn't do it." 
of a quiet manner . . . practical . . . 
treasures his license . . . but not 
English IV . . . 

Latin Club 2, 3; 



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David Harold Giles 

11 Obery Street, Plymouth 

Dave . . . self-contained content 
fouled in Smith's . . . dislikes a certain 
Spanish Teacher . . . likes his license 
. . . has set his goal as an electronic 
technician . . . Good Luck! 

Band 2, 3, 4; Math Club 3; Latin Club 
2; Intramurals 3. 



Linda Ann Gilbert 

78 Spooner St., Plymouth 

Linda may seem quiet but ... "7 
don't know!" plans for the future in- 
clude secretarial school . . . "mild and 
kind" . . . prizes her car . . . but not 
little sister. 

Clarion 3, Student Gov. Day 3, Pep 
Squad 3, Pilgrim 4, Bowling 4, Dean's 
Council 4, Latin Club 3, 4. 



David Allen Giordano 

195 Court Street, Plymouth 

"quiet" . . . hopes to join the Navy 
. . . can be found uptown . . . likes 
hanging around with the gang . . . 
"pensive" . . . hates painting that bath 
house. 






CLASS 




Thomas Francis Gill 

4 Overlook Road, Plymouth 

"What I mean!" . . . about my car 
. . . "rascally . . . trig" . . . likes to 
ride around . . . found around Tassy's 
. . . but never ... I mean never . . . 
found in Ford's . . . plans for further- 
ing his education lie ahead. 



Charles Aldo Giovanetti 

Sunrise Avenue, Plymouth 

Charlie . . . "good natured" . . . high 
school teacher in the making 
passes the time watching TV 
"What!" did you say you dislike 
grouches . . . "cuddley" . . . likes ten- 
nis . . . prized possession — my radio. 

Pilgrim 3, 4; French Club Sec. 4; Jr. 
Prom 3; Travel Club 3, Tennis 3, 4; 
Chorus 4; 10 cent a week 2; Student 
Gov't Day 3; Library Aide 3, 4; In- 
tramurals 3. 



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PLYMOUTH- 




OF 1965 




Lois Anne Giovanetti 

Sunrise Avenue, Plymouth 



"pert" 
likes her 
athletic . . 
"pleasing" 
nursing . . 
hot pizza. 



this sports minded gal 

boys tall, friendly, and 

treasures her friends . . . 

. . . future plans include 

. "I might" . . . likes red, 



10 cent a week collector 2; Sports 
Club 3; Secretary 4; Banker 2; Tennis 
2; Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
3; Latin Club 2, 4; Secretary 3; Field 
Hockey 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 
4; Student Exchange 3; Jr. Prom 3; 
Graduation Usher 3; Pilgrim 4. 



CARVER H.S. 



Ricardo James Gomes 

High Street, Carver 

"Rocky" . . . casual . . . pet peeve 
quick shavers ■ . . likes money, car 
. . . and that certain girl . . . gre- 
garious . . . found . . . eating T-bone 
steaks . . . his ideal girl is quiet and 
cute . . . passes the time playing 
sports. 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Cross Country 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; 





Beverly Francis Gonsalves 
102 South Street, Plymouth 

"Cookie" . . . prefers polite collegiate 
boys . . . "undependent" . . . likes 
clothes, B.N. and B.G. . . . dislikes 
homework, Monday mornings, and . . . 
. . . Peter G. ... "Swear!" . . . seen 
at Harvard Sq. . . . "oomph" 
hopes to become a medical secretary. 

Junior Prom 3; Newspaper 2; Dance 
Committees 2, 3; Pilgrim 3; Staff 
editor 4; Sports Club 3; Cashier 3, 
4; Cheerleader 3; Graduation Usher 
3; Fashion Show 3; Dean's Council 
4; Typing Pool 4; Bowling 3. 




Wayne John Gomes 

131 Center Street, Carver 

Wayne . . . "mercurial" . . . singing 
in the shower? no, on stage . . . another 
P.E. teacher in the making . . . "lovey- 
able" . . . now who won W. W. I-ugh! 
C.A. . . . basketball, anyone? . . . "If 
ya say so." 

Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3; Foot- 
ball 3; S.A.S. 3, 4. 



George Gabriel Gonsalves 

Rochester Road, Carver 

"built!" . . . likes sports, girls, and 
money . . . mmm-Chinese Food . . . 
virile" . . . aims for Construction 
foremanship . . . "I'm the Greatest!" 
. . . George proves this on the foot- 
ball field ... Ugh! ... Geometry, 
English . . . likes his girls quiet, but 
sophisticated. 

Varsity Club 3, 4; Football 2, 3; Track 
3; Baseball 2. 




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Edward Thomas Goodwin 

243 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

"rogue-ish" . . . ambition-into and out 
of college . . . sportsminded . . . found 
on Plymouth beach . . . looking for 
his type of girl . . . "liable" . . . likes 
hunting . . . for what? Eddie. 

Football 2, 3; Track 2, 3; "Our Town" 
3; Clarion 3, 4; Travel Club 2, 3. 



Betty Ann Guidaboni 

427B Court Street, Plymouth 

Betty . . . she'll be the perfect Sec- 
retary . . . after Katherine Gibbs . . . 
treasures her memories of PCHS . . . 
"satirical" . . . likes Happy, consider- 
ate boys . . . "ARE ya kidding me?" 
. . . dislikes Moody People . . . passes 
the time reading, dancing. 

National Honor Society 4; Marching- 
Girls 2; Cheerleaders 3, 4; Newspaper 
2; Travel Club 2; 15 cent-a-week col- 
lector 3; Junior Prom 3; Dean's Coun- 
cil 4; Pilgrim 4; Bowling 3, 4; Sports 
Club 3, 4; Secretary 4; Student Gov- 
ernment Day, 3. 




Arthur Griffin Gray 

16 Oak St., Plymouth 

College here he comes . . . "Art" finds 
his augmented but superfluous voca- 
bulary very agreeable . . . "Ya, I 
know" • • ■ Doing anything interesting 
is quite a past time . . . but, but why 
does your brother peeve you so?? 

Class President 2, 3, 4; SAS 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 3; Baseball 2; Boy's State 
3, Latin Club 2, 3; Quiz Bowl 3. 





CLASS 





Patricia Ann Griffin 

84 Cherry Street, Plymouth 



"Forget it" . . . 
a slow driver . 
tary . . . "apt" 
a passion for . . 
and quiet 



but only if you are 
. a soon to-be secre- 
. . . "petite" . . . has 
. pink! . . . and pizza 
boys . . . Patty . . . 



Stanley Robert Hanelt 

21 y 2 Cherry Street, Plymouth 

Desires to join the service, sedate . . . 
likes his 22 caliber rifle . . . nosey 
people . . . Nice play Shakespeare . . . 
Reading . . . WOW. 



passes the time bowling. 

Sports Club 3; Pep Squad 3, 4; Grad- 
uation Usher 3; Pilgrim 4; Bank Tel- 
ler 4; Dean's Council 4; Honor So- 
ciety 4 ; Office Assistant 4. 



PLYMOUTH- 



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Barbara Jean Harris 

171 Jordan Road, Plymouth 

Babs . . . artistic . . . earnest 
found in Boston ... no wonder she 
treasures those maps of Boston . . . 
some lucky boss's soon-to-be secre- 
tary . . . No, really! . . . she loves all 
shades of green . . . passes the time 
eating . . . clams and Fritos ... or 
traveling. 

Girls Track 2, 3, Library Aid 3, Li- 
terary Magazine 3, Pilgrim 4, Office 
Assistant 4, National Honor Society 

4, 



OF 1965 





Lawrence Carl Harju 

France Street, Carver 

Larry . . . found at the Barengos' 
with Jane . . . "harmonious . . . 
natured" . . . college bound . . . dis- 
likes stuck-up girls . . . likes cute, 
friendly girls . . . and fried chicken. 



Latin Club 2, 
ball 2, 3, 4. 



3; Football 2, 4; Base- 




CARVER H.S. 



Edward Allen Hinckley 

7 Robinson Street, Plymouth 

"Buzzy" . . . bound for the Virgin 
Islands ... to find some twilized 
girls . . . but Jim's will do ... for 
now . . . bazy . . . requish . . . full 
of fun . . . dislikes silly girls 
and science . . . likes staggered dis- 
missals. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 4, Cross 
Country 2. 



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Jane Meridith Hertel 

23 Samoset Street, Plymouth 

likes non-aggr&ssive-tough boys . . . 
that why you go to Carver, Jane? . . . 
Keene College-let me in ... "healthy" 
. . . moody, conceited boys, keep away 
. . . "vivacious" . . . likes-Guess ! ! . . . 
what's that? ... "/ might!" 

Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 2; Travel Club 2, 3; Latin 
Club 2, 3; Sports Club 3, 4; Pep Squad 
2. 



Sharon Julia Hinckley 

211 Court Street, Plymouth 

Sharon . . . "good things come in 
small packages" dainty . . . Oh No! 
. . . late people . . . she'll be a suc- 
cessful secretary for sure . . . likes 
sweaters . . . and stuffed animals . . . 
and red . . . and something else . . . 
Oh yes darling. 

Travel Club; Program Girl 2; News- 
paper 2; Intermurals 2; Pep Squad 3, 
4; 15 cent a week collector 3, Sports 
Club 3; Jr. Prom 3; Usherette 3; 
Dean's Council 4; Office Assistant 4, 







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Gail Louise Holman 

Braley Lane, Plymouth 

"frolicsome" . . . "bonny" . . . that's 
Gail . . . -prized possesion . . . her re- 
cord player . . . likes to read . . . and 
listen to records . . . Oh man! that 
sums up Gail's feelings for dressing 
up ... best of luck as a nurse, Gail. 



Linda Jean Hoffler 

Meadow Street, Carver 

"Thoughtful" . . . attention, class . . . 
here comes the teach . . . wants a boy 
with ambition, sense and MONEY . . . 
"genial" . . . pet peeve-no money . . . 
prized possesion . . . her car. 

Latin Club 3, Pilgrim 4; Bowling 4. 



David Edward Holmes 

Russell Mills Rd., Plymouth 

Dave . . . "maverick" . . . hopes to 
attend technical school . . . likes cars 
. . . especially Chevys . . . not Fords 
. . . the "outdoor type" . . . found un- 
der cars . . . fixing them. 






CLASS 




Pamela Jane Holman 

Russell Mills Road, Plymouth 

"Pam" "troy" . . . likes those letters 
from Ohio and J. B. you know it! . . . 
"companionable! hopes to become a 
hairdresser . . . loves to write those 
letters ... I wonder to whom? 

Student Librarian 3; Fashion Show 3. 



Diana Elaine Ide 

Billington Street, Plymouth 

Diana . . . "sober" . . . "argumentive" 
. . . found in Boston . . . looking for 
masculine boys . . . soon-to-be a nurse 
. . . dislikes S. S. 

Chorus 2, 3; Drama Club 4. 



PLYMOUTH- 



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Gary Russell Jordan 

Center Street, Carver 

Gare . . . found in his 'coupe' ... or 
on Fremont Street ... or talking on 
the phone . . . Mariner in the making 
. . . pet peeve — no money! . . . "jovial 
. . . dubbish". 



Football 2, 3, 4; 
representative 3 
Club 2, 3, 4. 



Track 2, 3, 4; H.R. 
Clarion 3 ; Varsity 



OF 1965 




Elizabeth Ann Jesse 

Hedge Road, Plymouth 

Betty . . . "light-headed" . . . wacqush 
. . . Great! . . . that's alright . . . dis- 
likes all Snobs . . . now what happened 
in 1876 ... or was it 1786? . . . can 
you tell us, teach? . . . passes the 
time sailing, dancing, and dating. 

Marching Girls 2, 3; Leader 4; Field 
Hockey 2, 4; Pilgrim 3, 4; Clarion 3, 
4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Spooner Con- 
certs 3; Travel Club 2, 3; Latin Club 
2, 3; Student Gov't Day 3, Tennis 2; 
Sports Club 4; Bowling 3, 4; Mikado 
3; Nat'l Honor Society 4; Graduation 
Usher 3. 



CARVER H.S. 




Ellen Doris Kierstead 

5 Sagamore Street, Plymouth 

"Hazel" . . . ambition — teacher 
autoritative . . . brusque . . . dislikes 
walking to school . . . treasurers his 
friendships . . . she gets a "large 
Charge" out of ... John Wayne . . . 
and needless to say . . . pizza. 

Pilgrim, 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Senior 
Pictures 4; Graduation Usher 3. 



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George Kasner 

Tremont Street, Carver 

Kasner . . . "pretentious . . . perfect 
(?)" ... prized possession-a leather 
coat . . . dislikes English . . . likes 
Burgandy . . . the color, that is. 



Loralee Wright Lane 

87 Samoset Street, Plymouth 

"Cut it Chit!" . . . that's for all ya 
would-be lunch line cutters . . . "ver- 
satile" . . . looking for a good dancer 
. . . and if he's blonde . . . "glibe" 
. . . hopes to be a teacher . . . prized 
possession : my stero . . . found — 
sleeping. 

Pilgrim 2, 3, 4; SAS 2; Vice President 
3; President 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; 
Latin Club 2 ; National Honor Society 
3, 4; Junior Prom co-chairmen 3; 
Graduation Usher 3; Dance Commit- 
tees 2, 3, 4; Senior Prom 4. 





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Nancy May Leach 
15 Center Street, Carver 

Ntylipy hopes to live a happily mar- 
ried life . . . "serious" . . . prizes that 
certain ring ... "I don't know" . . . 
"domestic" . . . really enjoys life. 

Latin Club 3; Office Assistant 4; 
Pilgrim 4; Bowling 4; Graduation 
Usher 3. 



Carol Ann Lanman 

3 Gordan Place, Plymouth 

Carol . . . "Ya know!" . . . that she 
likes blue . . . and pizza . . . but not 
S-L-O-W drivers . . . flying high as 
an airline stewardess . . . prizes her 
license . . . likes cute, polite, and 
lovable boys. 

Pilgrim 4; Pep Squad 3, 4; Bookcover 
salesman 2; Sport's Club 3; Gradu- 
ation Usher 3; Bank Teller 4; Secre- 
tary 4. 



Laurene Nancy LeFort 

South Pond Road, Plymouth 

demur . . . avid . . . musical minded 
. . . "Oh Boy!" . . . pizza! . . . likes 
T-Birds . . . and her class ring . . . 
longs for travel . . . maybe to ... 
get away from loud people. 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; "Mikado" 3; Bowling 
3. 





passes the time 

talking . . . "pen- 
. . . Junior College 
boys who are . . . 
. like Splint . . . 



Marion Heyden Longever 

15 Standish Court, Plymouth 

To become a medical secretary . . . 
Hey Mamie . . . "that's for sure" . . . 
Mamie can be found at the Jordan 
Hospital or in Jim's . . . likes working 
at the J.H. . . . But oh those monday 
mornings! . . . "casual" . . . pastime- 
listening to the radio . . . "bonnie". 

Hockey 3; Basketball 3; Dean's Coun- 
cil 4; Pilgrim 4; Student Government 
Day 3 ; Typing Pool 4. 



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Suzanne 
sleeping ... or 
sive" . . . Pretty" 
bound . . . prefers 
fun to be with . 
pet peeve — waiting. 

Latin Club 2; Travel Club 2; Pilgrim 
2, 3, 4; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; 
H.R. representative 2, 4; Junior Prom 
4; Dean's Council 4; "Mikado" 3. 



PLYMOUTH- 




Glenn Maccaferri 

12 Alden Street, Plymouth 

"vigorous and harlequin" . . . that's 
Glenn . . . likes his girls to be cute 
and cuddely . . . -pet peeve-no money 
. . . service bound . . . prized posses- 
sion-his shot gun . . . Glenn can be 
heard . . . hunting . . . "Squirrel." 

Jr. Prom 3; Dance committees 3, 4. 



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Karen Diane Lopes 

Main Street, Carver 

"well-liked" . . . here comes "Kal" 
with hypo- . . . prized possession-class 
ring . . . loves fried clams . . . hates 
phonies . . . Gee Whiz! . . . "refresh- 
ing" . . . ambitious boys with a sense 
of humor are her choice. 

Latin Club 3; Pilgrim 4; Dean's Coun- 
cil 4; Prom Committee 3; Future 
Nurses' Club, Sec 4; Chorus 4; Girl's 
Choir 2. 



CARVER H.S. 




Jean MacKenzie 

Vernon Street, Plymouth 

"flirtatious" . . . "superfluous" 
that's Jeanie . . . ambition — marriage 
. . . dislikes Timmy and Tommy . . . 
treasures her friends . . . prefers 
Seniors, especially a certain one. 




James Julio Maccaferri 

17 Clifton Street, Plymouth 

Jimmy . . . "cheerful . . . helpful" . . . 
dislikes waking up ... football prac- 
tice . . . likes sleeping . . . drawing 
. . . reading . . . an engineering career 
lies in the future. 

Football 3, 4. 



Paula Marie MacLean 

Water Street, Plymouth 

Paula . . . hopes to be a kindergarten 
teacher . . . "peppy" . . . "sprite" . . . 
likes Italian food . . . "little Mac" . . . 
considerate boys . . . dislikes teasers 
. . . and carrying books 

Bowling 4, Pep Squad 4. 



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David Fred Malaguti 

42 Liberty Street, Plymouth 

Bo ... "mischievous . . . adroit" . . . 
a soon-to-be engineer . . . good on 
figures . . . especially the figures on 
blue-eyed blondes . . . "Hey Frezling" 
. . . dislikes 2nd period class on Mon- 
day . . . prized possession-my license 
. . . likes to bowl. 

10 cent a-week 2; 15 cent a-week 3; 
Ticket Seller 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3; 
Student Government Day 3. 



Charles Martin 

7 Lothrop Street, Plymouth 

Charles . . . likes (root) Beer 
lively girls . . . and his boat . . . his 
pet peeve . . . "Don't tell me" . . . Yep! 
homework . . . "brithe" . . . earnest" 
. . . ambition lies in the field of elec- 
tronics. 




Donna Marie Manfredi 

Cherry Court, Plymouth 

Donna . . . likes Mai ... of course 
she'd going to marry him . . . likes blue 
. . . and a certain charm bracelet . . . 
dislikes getting up early . . . and Mon- 
day morning . . . "candid . . . enthu- 
siastic" . . . past time — bowling. 

Latin Club 2, 3; 15 cents a week 3; 
Clarion 2, 3. 





CLASS 





Leona Ann Manseau 

9 Spooner Street, Plymouth 

Leona . . . orderly . . . "blushing" . . . 
dislikes her short haircut . . . soon- 
to-be some lucky guy's . . . secretary 
. . . likes pizza . . . her prized charm 
bracelet . . . pink . . . and sincere boys. 

Pep Squad 3, 4; ^-a-week 3; Clarion 
2, 3; Secretary 4. 



Michael George Martin 

162 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

Mikey . . . "waggish . . . cordial" . . . 
college lies ahead . . . then teaching 
. . . pet peeve — rainy weekends . . . 
likes blue . . . turkey . . . girls . . . and 
motorcycle magazines . . . Mikey is 
known to say . . . "Lend me a dime". 

Cross Country 2; lOc'-a-week 2; 
Football 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3. 



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Edward McGovern 

Obery Street, Plymouth 

likes hunting and quiet girls . . . dis- 
likes homework . . . ambition is to en- 
ter own business . . . "undemonstra- 
tive . . . placid" . . . likes basketball. 




William Peter Mazzilli 

Federal Furnace Road, Plymouth 

Billy . . . "nonchalant" . . . "active" . . . 
likes include a '63 Ford ... all kinds 
of ... food . . . and gals . . . and of 
course . . . pizza . . . plans to work in 
construction . . . pet peeve — frozen 
motors. 



CARVER H.S. 



Bruce Edson McLean 
Sandwich Road, Plymouth 

Repulse! . . . that's Bruce' s only com- 
ment to over heated rooms . . . "well- 
read . . . originative" . . . ambition to 
be an orthodonist . . . prized posses- 
sion — his license . . . first requisite 
for girl — personality plus . . . then? 
Latin Club 2, 3; Director of Senior 
Show 4; French Club V. Pres. 4; Dra- 
ma Club 3, 4; Library Aide 3, 4; Gov't 
Day 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Prom Comm. 3; 
Tennis 3, 4; Lit Magazine 3, 4; Pilgrim 
2, 3. 

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Janet Ann McLaughlin 

High Street, North Carver 

"independent" . . . wants to become a 
practical nurse . . . "Hurting or what!" 
dislikes getting up . . . "temperate" 
. . . prizes class ring. 

Future Nurses Club 4. 



John Bernard MacNamara 

43 Davis Street, Plymouth 

Johnny . . . "coetish and witty" . . . 
likes girls . . . "just nice!" . . . college 
looms in the future ... a lobster luna- 
tic . . . dislikes 6th period math . . . 
likes his license. 

Travel Club 2, 3; Lab Assistant 4, Lat- 
in Club 2, 3; H.R. Representative 3. 
Dance Committee 2, 3; Jr. Prom 3. 








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Brenda Joyce Medeiros 

74 Cherry Street, Plymouth 

Brenda . . . favorite book, her diary 
... must be quite interesting ... huh? 
. . . "Sensible . . . natural" . . . the per- 
fect pastime for a soon to be hair- 
dresser . . . trying new hairstyles . . . 
prized possession — a stuffed tiger 
. . . from B.R. . . . another Beatle fan. 



John Allen Minahan 

White Horse Road, Manomet 

Johnny . . . has a questionable ambi- 
tion ... to stay in room 217 ... for- 
ever after . . . "racy . . . appealing" 
. . . likes a certain sophomore from 
Sacred Heart . . . can be located up- 
town ... or sleeping. 

Student Exchange 3. 




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Nancy Meharg 

Clifford Rd., Plymouth 

Oh No! . . . those Monday mornings 
. . . svelt . . . likes her horse and sew- 
ing . . . unfeigned . . . hopes to enter 
a Junior College. 

Latin Club 2; French Club 4; Bowling 
4. 





CLASS 




Julia Anne Miranda 

170 Braley Lane, Plymouth 

Julia . . . "amicable . . . wispy" . . . 
secretary — wise — excellent 
loves spaghetti. . . . and books . . . and 
of course . . . her license . . . but not 
bad drivers . . . she prefers depend- 
able boys. 

Pep Squad 4; Bowling 3; Graduation 
Usher 3; Bank Teller 4; Office Assist- 
ant 4; Dept. Head Secretary 4. 



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Charles Leonard Millican 

Cliff Street, Plymouth 

"Chuck" ... a hopeful college-grad- 
uate . . . "nautical . . . uncertain" . . . 
likes sailing . . . and a certain Senior 
girl . . . enjoys all sports . . . his sum- 
mer home — the yacht club. 

Football 2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity 
Club 2, 3, 4; Bookcover salesman 2; 
Travel Club 2, 3 ; Math Club 3_, 4 ; Prom 
Committee 3 ; Pilgrim 4 ; Youth Citi- 
zenship Conference 3. 



PLYMOUTH 




Mary Ellen Moon 

River Street, Plymouth 

Can be heard . . . playing her prized 
piano . . . found at Plymouth Beach 
... in the summer at least . . . "freck- 
led . . . vital" . . . cut it out! . . . those 
are her words for slowpokes . . . am- 
bition travel . . . another pink passion- 
est. 

Bowling 4; Pep Squad 3, 4; Typing- 
Pool 4; Banker 4; Pilgrim 4; Gradua- 
tion Usher 3. 



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Paul Leslie Moreau 

Clifford Road, Plymouth 

"unique and friendly" . . . that's Paul's 
description . . . college-bound 
dislikes "those kind" . . . H-U-G-E 
eclairs . . . found around town ... or 
with "the Boys". 



Karen Louise Montemaggi 

125 Westerly Road, Plymouth 
Karen . . . likes a certain college soph- 
omore . . . "qualified . . . athletic" . . . 
can be seen sailing . . . playing tennis 
. . . or hockey ... or taking it easy 
. . . over Janie's ambition is to be an 
elementary school teacher . . . mmmm- 
steak. 

Field Hockey 3, 4; Latin Club 3; Ten- 
lis 3, 4; Travel Club 3; Sports Club 
1, 4; Class Secretary 4; Marching 
3irls 3, 4; Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4; 
Student Council 3; Prom Committee 3. 



CARVER H.S. 



Francis Daniel Murphy, Jr. 

298 Court Street, Plymouth 

An army boy . . . likes to pass the 
time walking . . . with Margaret . . . 
"mild" . . . "quiet" . . . likes the vio- 
lin . . . and fried clams . . . but not 
study halls . . , Well, Francis, you 
can't win them all. 

Track 3, 4. 



Crista Munch 

South Meadow Road, Plymouth 

Ambition to be wed and to be a hair 
dresser . . . likes Eddie . . . dislikes 
advice . . . "slender" . . . "Not my 



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2 Suasso's Lane, Plymouth 

Linda "statuesque . . . capricious" . . . 
prized possession — the Comet . . . likes 
tall boys with personality plus . . . 
pet peeve . . . twins . . . some lucky 
patient's soon-to-be nurse . . . mmmm 
Ravioli. 

15<S a week collector 3; 10^ a week 
collector 2; H.R. representative 3; 
Cashier 3, 4; Graduation Usher 3; Fu- 
ture Nurses Club 4. 



Wanita Marie Nickerson 

Carver 

Wanita . . . hopes for a career in sci- 
ence . . . "quiet . . . submissive" . . . 
dislikes nosey people . . . likes red 
. . . reading . . . and tennis. 




Alan Charles Neri 

4 Shaw Court, Plymouth 

Alan "stable . . . scholarly" . . . col- 
lege-bound . . . food preference — any- 
thing . . . " mm m mmmm" prized pos- 
sessioi . . . his freedom . . . dislikes 
a detain Jr. English Class . . . Alan 
likes vivacious, oiit-of doorsy gals. 

Football 2; Basketball 3, 4; Cross 
Country 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Varsity 
Club 2, 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; Latin 
Club 2, 3; Travel Club 2, 3; Band 2, 
3, 4; Pilgrim 2, 3; Sports Editor 4; 
National Honor Society 4; S. A. S. 
2; Jr. Prom 3. 




Dennis Chapman Nickerson 

River Street, Plymouth 

Dennis . . . "The Menace" . . . but a 
nice one oooool those mornings after 
the night before . . . service-bound . . . 
red likes 57 Chevies and pizza can be 
found under his car . . . walking. 

Cross Country 2, Track 2. 



Leslie Marie Nicoli 

13 Magoni Terrace, Plymouth 

"melodious . . . savory" . . . everyone 
knows Leslie by her beautiful voice 
. . . passes the time dating a certain 
senior (G.P.) . . . prized possession 
— a stuffed poodle . . . pet peeve — 
gym classes . . . loves Lobster! 

Pilgrim 3, 4; Dean's Council 4; Cashier 
3, 4; Bowling 3; Typing Pool 4; Clar- 
ion 2, 3; Student Gov. Day 3; Dance 
Committees 2, 3, 4; Graduation Usher 3. 



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PLMOUTH 




Marion Peters Nunes 

Center Street, Carver 

"mal" . . . "laughing . . . vivid" . . . 
hopes to be a Clerical Office worker 
. . . prized possession — her license 
. . . "Frustration!" . . . pet peeve — 
perfect (?) people . . . she likes boys 
. . . perferably . . . the Wareham type. 

Pep Squad 4; Typist Pool 4; Library 
Aid 4; Chorus 2, 4. 



OF 1965 









Loraine Jane Normand 

Lakeview Street, Carver 

"inquisitive . . . earnest" . . . ambition- 
lab technician . . . wants a successful 
boy . . . pet peeve — getting up at 
6 o'clock . . . "well, you can't win them 
all!" . . . prized possession — a poodle 
named Fi Fi. 





Albert Otto 

8 Centennial Street, Plymouth 

Albert likes cars . . . and Dottie . . . 
but not cigarette smokers . . . forestry 
school is his ambition . . . "witty . . . 
fleet" . . . stuck on steak . . . mmmm. 

Dance Committee 2. 



John Allen Pacheco 

70 Overlook Terrace, Plymouth 

Jackie . . . found riding around in a 
55 Plymouth ... or in Skip's station 
. . . likes small brunettes . . . college- 
bound . . . "business-like and willing" 
. . . to pass the time . . . dating, that's 
Jackie alright . . . pul-eese-not John! 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Cross 
Country 2, 3, 4; H.R. Representative 
3; SAS 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 3, 4; 
Varsity 3, 4; Math Club 2; Latin Club 
2 ; Travel Club 2, 3 ; Sr. Prom 3 ; Dance 
Committee 3, 4. 



CARVER H.S. 



Ida Marie Pacheco 

422 Court Street, Plymouth 

Petit . . . "get 'um" is that why you go 
bombing around with Tiny and Diane? 
. . . likes boys tall, dark, handsome 
likes a sweater from RF even 
better . . . "comical" going to be a 
hairdresser ... to a certain person in 
North Plymouth. 

Dean's Council 3; Bowling 3, 4; Fash- 
ion Show 3; 15 cents a week 3. 



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Paul Francis Paoletti 

188 Westerly Road, Plymouth 

Hopes to succeed . . . "persistant" . . . 
dislikes those teachers who just don't 
understand . . . "cunning" . . . prizes 
his radio . . . Pao can be found in the 
lab . . . "Out". 

Latin Club 2, 3 ; Travel Club 2 ; Drama 
Club 4; Pilgrim 4; Lab Assistant 4. 



Dennis Michael Perry 

10 Washington Street, Plymouth 

Denny . . . "athletic . . . fiery" . . . likes 
blondes . . . and his brother's car . . . 
aspires to be an engineer . . . you'll 
find him at Skippy's Station . . . "ou' 
est equi arrive?" . . . don't keep him 
waiting . . . Ion's for a diamond base- 
ball diamond, of course. 

Travel Club 2; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; 
Math Club Treasurer 3; President 4; 
Class Treasurer 2, 4; Cross Country 
2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
Student Government Day 2, 3; Youth 
Citizenship Conf. 3. 




Colleen Olivia Paul 

8 Cushman St., Plymouth 

Colleen . . . "patient" . . . obliging" 
. . .likes horseback riding . . . passes 
the time with that 'special one' . . . 
marriage lies ahead . . . dislikes Mon- 
day mornings and late buses . . . her 
favorite food — most anything. 

Pilgrim 2, 3, 4; 10tf-a-week 2; 15$-a- 
week 3; Dean's Council 3; Office As- 
sistant 4. 





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Gerald Paul 

8 Peck Ave., Plymouth 

hopes to enter the field of carpentry 
. . . Eggy . . . likes his car and boat 
. . . watch out English and W and E 
. . . Get Me . . . on-the-go . . . can be 
seen riding through town. 



Thomas Pierson 

White Horse Road, Manomet 

"Give it the poke!" . . . Tommy wants 
to make his million . . . likes A.S.R.'s 
parties . . . freckled . . . sensitive" . . . 
hates wearing shoes . . . enjoys tramp- 
ing around town. 

Chorus 2. 



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George Michael Pimental 

Tremont Street, Carver 

George . . . "well-mannered . . . zeal- 
ous" . . . likes chevies . . . and L.N. 
. . . dislikes snobs . . . and especially 
. . . "E" on the gas gauge . . . found 
on Castle Street . . . future construc- 
tion boss. 



OF 1965 






Leslie William Pimental 

Tremont Street, Carver 



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"Hey there! Are you alright?" 
right is his prized possession 
"quiet . . . cunning" . . . wants to be 
a mechanic . . . hates homework . . . 
thinks its fun to get in trouble. 



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Christine Hildergard Pimental 

21 Royal Street, Plymouth 

Chris . . . "tempestuous . . . Blonde 
(?)" ... cruise to Vienna lies ahead 
. . . prizes a certain bracelet . . . and 
sweater . . . can be located around 
Duxbury ... or drinking 45$ ginger 
ales. 

Dance Committees 2, 3; Prom Commit- 
tee 3; H.R. Representative 3; Pep 
Squad 3, 4; 10^-a-week 2; 15^-a-week 
3; Bowling 4. 




Mary Ann Pratt 

1 Maple Place, Plymouth 

Muffet . . . "talented . . . cherry" . . . 
professional musician who's off to a 
great start . . . found around New 
Bedford . . . prized possession — her 
Gretsch drums . . . pet peeve — Rock 
'n Roll . . . can be heard . . . rehearsing 
with "The Halos". 

Band 2, 3, 4; Bowling 4; Pilgrim 4; 
Clarion 2, 3; Dean's Council 4; Track 3. 



CARVER H.S. 



Linda Marie Ann Pimental 

Tremont Street, Carver 

"hey Badonga — forget it!" . . . need a 
new hairdo — find Linda . . . but not 
early in the morning pul-lease!!! . . . 
"jubilant . . . benign" . . . oh, my stero 
. . . what Linda — another strike. 

Pep Squad 2, 3; Office Assistant 8, 4; 
Librarian 3; Bowling 4. 



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11 % Alden Street, Plymouth 



Richard . . 

money! 

strawberry 

homework 

radio 


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likes blondes . . . and 

shortcake . . . but not 

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Maryann Prentice 

Jordan Road, Plymouth 

"sincere" . . . pastime — sleeping . . . 
hates getting up ... What's the Mat- 
ter?" . . . likes pizza . . . and friendly 
boys . . . especially D.N. . . . another 
college-bound gal . . . have hockey 
stick — will travel . . . "reserved." 

Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; 
Sports Club 3 ; Treasurer 4 ; Latin Club 
2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Future Nurses' 
Club 4. 



Linda Lee Proctor 

21 Castle Street, Plymouth 

Petite . . . gentle . . . that's Linda . . . 
Oh My Word! . . . Monday mornings 
. . . treasures her license . . . and that 
certain someone . . . secretarial work 
lies ahead. 

Bowling 3, 4; Pep Squad 3; Cashier 4. 






CLASS 





Donna Maureen Prout 

Colony Beach Blvd., Manomet 

"That's Close" . . . that's Donna talk- 
ing . . . "palaestral" . . . future physi- 
cal ed. teacher . . . a field hockey fana- 
tic ... no wonder she was captain! 
. . . prizes her friendships . . . dislikes 
second period study hall . . . likes 
friendly boys . . . and pizza. 

Hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Softball 2, 3, 4; Sports Club 4, Treas- 
urer 3; Latin Club 2, 3; Travel Club 
2; Jr. Prom 3; Student Exchange 3; 
Track 2, 3. 

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Andrea Frances Price 

Pope's Point Road, Carver 

Andrea "pursuant . . . tenacious" . . . 
dislikes childish people . . . and over- 
heated or underheated rooms . . . likes 
her dog . . . and her class ring (when 
she gets it) ... seeks Mr. Perfect . . . 
found everywhere or anywhere. 

Y.F.C. 2, 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Bad- 
minton 3; Library Club 2, 3; French 
Club 3, 4. 



PLYMOUTH! 




Eugena Rapoza 

Federal Furnace Road, Plymouth 

"/ guess so" ... To become a beauti- 
cian . . . likes her hub cap . . . dislikes 
annoying people . . . unpredictable . . . 
likes masculine boys and . . . looking 
for trouble . . . frolicsome. 




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Patricia Randall 

Sunrise Avenue, Plymouth 

Patty . . . enthusiastic . . . passes the 
time swimming or reading . . . "Tuff 
'n enuf!" . . . college-bound . . . prized 
possession . . . my license . . . likes 
honest and sincere boys . . . dislikes 
dumb questions . . . "chatty" . . . loves 
pizza. 

Latin Club 2; Travel Club 2; Pilgrim 
3, 4; Jr. Prom 3; Leader Corp 3; Sec- 
retary 4; Maching Girls 2, 3, 4. 



CARVER H.S. 





Stephen James Reposa 

64 Alden Street, Plymouth 

Steve . . . "friendly" . . . mundane . . . 
He's going into money . . . the bank's, 



of course 
short cake 
friendships . 
pie. 

Band 2, 3, 4; 
3. 



yum, yum — strawberry 
. . prized possession — 
. . pet peeve . . . late peo- 

Latin Club 2; Math Club 






Alberto Charles Emerson Rogers 

18 Royal Street, Plymouth 

"Quite the boy!" . . . "fun-loving" . . . 
Wants to go to trade school . . . and 
then become a mechanic . . . "favorite" 
his car . . . infernal . . . Booty . . . 
dislikes people who talk too much . . . 
likes sleeping (me too). 

Band 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Track 2, 3. 



Gloria Ann Roderick 

31 Vernon Street, Plymouth 

"flirtatious" . . . likes black . . . in 
anything . . . 'specially clothes 
"vibrant" . . . likes tall boys . . . (or 
short) . . . dark . . . and handsome . . . 
passes the time . . . (yawn) sleeping. 



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Judith Lee Rogers 

Warren Avenue, Plymouth 

Ambition — travel . . . that's after 
graduating from Wellesley. . .Judy. . . 
"intelligent . . . auspicious" . . . likes 
'boyish' boys . . . her little brother . . . 
and 'pro' football . . . pet peeve : '90 
Bristol Court' . . . can be found read- 
ing. 

10tf a week 2; Field Hockey 2; Tennis 
2, 3, 4; Clarion 3, 4; Literary Magazine 
3; Pilgrim 4; Drama Club 4; French 
Club 4; National Honor Society 3; 
President 4; Youth Citizenship Confer- 
ence 3; Quiz Bowl 2; Latin Club 2. 



Janice Marie Salgado 

7 Cotton Street, Plymouth 

Desires to be a beautician or a busi- 
nesswoman . . . lucid . . . Likes Eng- 
lish, Geography and Clothes . . . Hates 
to be bossed . . . "Now what did I do" 
. . . likes writing letters, reading, and 
talking on the phone . . . unobtrusive. 

Typist Pool 4. 



Brenda Lou Roncarati 

171 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

"scintillating" . . . there's just some- 
thing about a uniform . . . especially 
a Marine one . . . and of course . . . 
the boy in it ... Brenda . . . someday 
marriage . . . and travel . . . and hair- 
dressing school . . . dislikes being 
called stupid. 

Hockey 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 
2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 3; Dean's Council 
3; Track 2. 






CLASS 





Ann Sampson 

River Street, Chiltonville 

To become a nurse . . . Teachers! Ahaa 
. . . Get em boss! . . . "Candid" Ann 
loves those bracelets . . . Impetuous 
... a regular beatle fan . . . Now de- 
scribe him Ann . . . Fun loving ... 7 
just love that color blue. 

Bowling team 4; Newspaper Staff 3; 
Photography Staff 3. 



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Peter John Russell 

394 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

Pete . . . "handsome . . . pensive'' . . . 
likes 'good girls' . . . and good figure, 
good face, good personality ... no 
wonder Pete's prized possession is his 
health . . . he'd rather pass the time 
taking it easy? . . . pet peeve — you 
guessed it ... homework . . . future 
plans are to be a Marine Biologist. 

Audio-Visual 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 4; 
Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Travel Club 2; 
Track 4. 



PLYMOUTH- 




OF 1965 




Elizabeth Ann Sampson 

Cape Cod Avenue, Manomet 

Hopes to become a secretary . . . dis- 
likes . . . homework . . . prized posses- 
sion . . . charm bracelets . . . natural 
. . . Your kidding! . . . Find her read- 
ing quite often . . . beguiling. 

Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Student Council 
4 ; Student Government Day Rep. 3 ; 
Prom Committee 3 ; Clarion Advertise- 
ment Committee 3, 4; Office Assistant 
4, Typing Staff, Pilgrim 4; 15<* a week 
collector 3. 





Karen Elizabeth Sander 

30 Middle Street, Plymouth 

'"What's a girl to do ... Karen is 
interested in Nursing . . . likes the 
Beatles . . . Oh homework . . . Content 
. . . spends time swimming and eating 
pizza . . . unique. 

Dean's Council 3; Pep Squad 3. 



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Bernard Patrich Sampson 

257 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

Columbia here I come ... to get into 
law???? . . . Why go to Boston . .,♦ 
When you can go to New York . . . for 
social endeavors . . . jocular . . . "How 
interesting for you" . . . intellectual. 

Latin Club 2; Quiz bowl 3, 4; Track 
3, 4; Student Government Day 2, 3; 
Varsity Club 3, 4; Chess Club 3. 




Edward Santos 

224 Court Street, Plymouth 

Eddie dislikes homework and period 
2 study . . . prankish . . . "Don't say 
I can't cheat, say I'm not supposed to 
. . . likes purple and Peyton Place . . . 
mechanical . . . enjoys teasing cute 
girls. 



CARVER H.S. 



Mary Ann Santarpia 

Tremont Street, South Carver 

"Aw-Come-on!" . . . Mary Ann wishes 
to become a secretary . . . values her 
charm bracelet . . . tidy . . . Oh, that 
straight hair ... is mostly occupied 
reading . . . very sociable. 

National Honor Society 3, 4; Gradua- 
tion Usher 3, Dance Committee, Clar- 
ion-Business Manager 3, 4; Newspaper 
Typist 3; Office Assistant 4; Town 
Government 3 ; Home Room Deleg'ate 
for Student Council 4. 



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Judith Ann Sarnelli 

Wenham Road, East Carver 

Judy would like to become a hair- 
dresser . . . calm . . . values her mohair 
sweaters ... Oh homework! . . . ser- 
ious . . . always on the phone, yak 
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Karen Ann Santos 

24 Peck Avenue, Plymouth 

"saucy" . . . unaffected" . . . found in 
Jim's or Jay's . . . beautician in the 
making . . . dislikes show offs 
"hey, you little tut!" . . . likes clean- 
cut boys . . . and a certain package 
gum . . . found skiing in the summer 
on water, naturally. 

Bookcover Salesman 2; Newspaper 
Representative 3 ; Basketball 3 ; Junior 
Prom 3. 



Paul Vernon Sears 

63 Liberty Street, Plymouth 

To get rich quick . . . likes his boat 
and Chevys . . . not Fords . . . tran- 
quil . . . That's close . . . temperate. 

Milkbar Cashier 3. 





Michael J. Seaver 

Bartlett Road, Carver 

To become an electrician . . . infernal 
. . . "I'm glad" . . . Enjoys basketball 
and town . . . inquisitive . . . Mike dis- 
likes to include those ears and Fords. 



Sandra Julie Scotto 

44 North Spooner St., Plymouth 

Skitch . . . plans to become a social 
worker or a History Teacher . . . likes 
. . . "extrover Ted" . . . always at Jays 
... / can't stand those people who 
must always be right! . . . "vivacious" 
. . . see for yourself. 

Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; 
Softball 2; Travel Club 2; Bowling 
3; Captain of Team 4. 



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John Francis Shea 

4 Stephens St., Plymouth 

Wishes to become an accountant . . . 
like his good health . . . "Get out of 
here" . . . hates noisy people . . . us- 
ually found eating french fries. 

10<' a week collector 1 ; Book Cover 
Salesman 1; Baseball 1; Cross Coun- 
try 2; Tennis 3. 



OF 1965 





Susan Anna Seifert 

Eda Avenue, S. Carver 

Wants to become an artist . . . likes 
Animals, drawing ... a silver bit . . . 
artistic . . . dislikes beans, chatty peo- 
ple and cockerspanials . . . sincere . . . 
spends her time fishing, drawing, and 
walking. 

Pilgrim 4. 





Glenda Sherman 

Beaver Dam Road, Manomet 

"Free-and-easy" . . . likes boys tall, 
handsome , and domineering . . . like 
W.T. . . . rah, rah Glenda . . . nothing 
else to do, then flirt! . . . "Git 'em" 
. . . she tries to ... especially Wayne 
. . . find her anywhere and everywhere. 

Cheerleader 3, 4; Sports Club 4; Jr. 
Prom 3; Cashier 3, 4; 15c" a week Col- 
lector 3; Pilgrim 4; Chorus 3, 4. 



Alvina Marie Silva 

Plymouth Street, Carver 

"vociferous . . . plain nutty" . . . that's 
Bena . . . secretarial school is ahead 
. . . likes cooking . . . but homework 
. . . that's another thing . . . passes 
the time dancing and eating pizza. 

Field Hockey 1; Chorus 2; Pep Squad 
3, 4; S.A.S.; H.R. Representative 3, 
4; Intramurals 4. 



CARVER H.S. 



Douglas Keith Short 

2 Stephens Lane, Plymouth 

"on-the-go" . . . functioning . . . 
blondes with l-o-n-g hair are Doug's 
choice . . . "prankish" ... All right!! 
. . . fastest draw in the East — Art 
School bound . . . prized possessions — 
colt 45 ... likes sports cars . . . ivith 
blondes in them ... but those non- 
French girls! 

Track 2; Jr. Prom 3. 




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Richard Charles Silva 

137 Summer Street, Plymouth 

Ambitious to become a carpenter . . . 
shy . '. . Rich really prizes his Lan- 
cer club jacket . . . dislikes period 2 
study . . . curely . . . "Its gotta be! 
. . . Spends his time bowling. 



Frank Silva, Jr. 

27 West Cherry Street, Plymouth 

"O.K. I'll do it ... values his "53" 
chevy . . . brothers Cook out . . . on- 
the-go . . . Frankie hopes to enter the 
service . . . mischievous . . . enjoys 
steak and smoking. 





CLASS 



Warren Everett Sliney 

409% Court Street, Plymouth 

Warren plans to become a cabinet 
maker . . . likes cars ... oh! but that 
homework! . . . "eager" ... oh yeah? 
'past time . . . hooking rugs . . . "dili- 
gent" . . . and then again. 
Cafeteria 4. 






Paulette Jean Smith 

Federal Furnace Rd., Plymouth 

Paulette hopes to be a nurse 
"punctual . . . beneficial" . . . likes her 
license . . . dislikes chemistry . . . and 
. . . "I'll never Tell!" . . . she's still 
looking for Mr. Perfect . . . who's tall, 
dark, handsome, and RICH. 



Gerald Edwin Sirrico 

4 South Street, Plymouth 

"self reliant" . . . Gerry is college- 
bound . . . "Wanna bet" . . . that . . . 
he dislikes that first period gym 
class? . . . especially with Linda and 
his 7-11 ... "quiet". 

Football 2; Baseball 2, 3; Town Gov- 
ernment Day Rep. 3. 



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Martha Stearns 

96 Warren Avenue, Plymouth 

loves sailing and skiing ... a Welles- 
ley lass . . . dislikes insincerity . . . 
"aspiring" . . . wants a considerate 
boy . . . "sedate" . . . mmmm, 29 fla- 
vors of ice cream. 

Travel Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2; 
Marching Girls 2, 3; Co-leader 4; Blue 
Bugle 2; Pilgrim 3; Clarion 3, 4; Dra- 
ma Club 3, 4; Quiz Bowl 3, 4; Lit 
Magazine 3, 4; Jr. Prom 3; Dance Com- 
mittees 2, 3, 4; Nat'l. Honor Society 
3, 4. 



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Donald Jeseph Souza 

21 Union Street, Plymouth 



hopes to become a mechanical engi- 
neer . . . "breezy" . . . likes his car and 
. . . oh! . . . that six period 
. inperturbed . . . "I'll never 
is found just loafing with 




football 
study . 
tell" . . 
food. 

Football 4; S.A.S. 2; Math Club 3, 4; 
Boys Varsity Club 4. 



CARVER H.S. 



Lois Holly Stiles 

Summer Street, Plymouth 

Lois "sparkling . . . golden" . . . beau- 
tician bound . . . found at Harvard 
Square . . . searching for . . . collegi- 
ate-type boys . . . likes blue . . . barrels 
of fun . . . and spaghetti . . . dislikes 
Monday mornings . . . and BROTHERS. 

Pilgrim 3, 4; Dance Committees 2, 3; 
Maching Girls 4; Cashier 4; Gradua- 
tion Usher 3; Typist Pool 4; Dean's 
Council 4; Jr. Prom 3, Clarion 3. 



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Betty Sue Stein 

14 Overlook Road, Plymouth 

"loguacions" hopes to be a college 
grad' . . . treasures her friendships . . . 
an extrovert . . . tall, dark, handsome 
boys . . . here she comes down the ski 
slopes ... oh no! not another college 
board! how 'bout a chocolate milk 
shake, mmm? 

Pilgrim 2, 3, 4; S.A.S. 2; Treasurer 
3, 4; Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4; Latin 
Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 4; Marching 
Girls 2, 3, 4; Sport's Club 3, 4; Tennis 
2, 3, 4. 

Christine Marie Strassel 

293 Standish Ave., Plymouth 

Chris hopes to become a nurse . . . 
"rollicking" . . . her prized possession 
is her friends ... oh those people 
who are always late!! . . . what was 
that, Chris? ... / might . . . "rosy" 
. . . tall and friendly . . . someday I'll 
meet him. 

Latin Club 2; French Club 2, 3; 10c 
a week collector 2; Tennis 2; French 
Club 4; Hockey 3, 4; Newspaper 3; 
Pilgrim 4; Sport's Club 3, 4; Future 
Nurses Club 4; Dean's Council 4; Prom 
Refreshment Comm. 3; Graduation Us- 
her 3; Dance Comm. 3. 






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Nancy Jean Sutherland 

22 Bay View Avenue, Plymouth 

"Suds" likes her horse . . . "out- 
doorsy" . . . going to riding school 
in England . . . "equistrian" . . . dis- 
likes disloyal people . . . Get em! 

Latin Club 2; Bowling 2, 3; Chorus 
3, 4; Dean's Council 4. 



Allen Russell Tassinari 

Sandwich, Plymouth 

Allen . . . likes girls with swinging 
... ? ... hopes to graduate from 
college . . . "talented . . . dextrous" . . . 
dislikes getting up early . . . prized 
possession . . . golf clubs . . . pastime 
— sleeping (zzz). 

Football 3; Basketball 2, 3; Golf 2, 
3; Latin Club 2, 3, 4. 




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Paul Lloyd Swartz 

2 Samoset Court, Plymouth 

friendly girls — take notice, Paul 
likes them aggressive . . . grr . . . 
"nonchalant" . . . knows figures . . . 
mathematical one's that is ... likes 
parties, car talk, GIRLS . . . "give me 
a break" . . . "prattling" . . . hates 
snobs . . . loves fun loving people. 




Stanley Richard Tavares 

117 Standish Avenue, Plymouth 

shhh! . . . he's filling his favorite 
pastime — sleeping . . . debonair . . . 
on the prowl for a nice personality 
plus girl . . . loves blue . . . especially 
on his '64 Ford . . . "provocative" . . . 
dislikes Chevys . . . future plans en- 
clude IBM school . . . "For what"? 

Junior Prom 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Show 4; Newspaper 3. 



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Paula Elizabeth Taddia 

Sea View Street, Plymouth 

Paula's ambition is to graduate from 
college . . . "industrious . . . pleasing" 
. . . likes sports . . . especially water 
skiing . . . prized possession is her 
license . . . pet peeve . . . late people 
. . . likes tall, blonde boys. 

Pilgrim 2, 3; Clarion 3, 4; Marching 
Girls 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 
3, Vice President 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; 
Travel Club 2; French Club 4; 15tf a 
week collector 3; Dance Comm. 3; 
Graduation Usher 3; Bowling 3, 4; 
Dean's Council 4. 



PLYMOUTH- 




Richard Trevor Thatcher 

Wardsworth Road, Buzzards Bay 
Trevor . . . "Considerate . . ■ compla- 
cent" . . . plans to attend S.M.I.T. . . . 
likes a certain Nancy . . . dislikes . . . 
slow Fords . . . passes the time 'see- 
ing that Gal'. 



Homeroom Representative 
legate 3. 



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OF 1965 






Bernice Ann Thissell 

Boot Pond Road, Plymouth 

Wishes to become a nurse . . . my 
horse Bucky . . . Bernie is soft spoken 
Dislikes getting up early . . . 
rosey. 

Bowling 3; Nurses Club 4; Dean's 
Council 4. 



Roy Taylor 

44 Cherry Street, Plymouth 

Hopes to become a forest ranger or 
to enter electronics . . . different . . . 
dislikes those cigarette leeches 
"larutarr" . . . prizes his sneakers . . . 
"Get Me!" 

Track 3. 







Marsha Lorraine Tolonen 

Clifford Road, Plymouth 

Likes that certain red and white Ford 
... / woner what's? . . . "Verre-ish! 
. . . dislikes late people . . . Get me! 
. . . Marsha hopes to attend Brockton 
Academy of Beauty Culture. 



CARVER H.S. 



Allan Scott Thorn 
Grandview Drive, Plymouth 

Allan . . . hardy and genial . . . soon- 
to-be an accountant ... or maybe a 
businessman . . . prized possession — 
my license . . . pet peeve — empty 
gas tanks . . . passes the time eating 
(yum, yum) ... or sleeping (zzz). 

Jr. Prom 3; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4. 



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9 Franklin Street, Plymouth 

Pe£e hopes to attend college . . . watch 
out! ... warning goes to all colleges . . . 
"different" . . . He had a jeep that 
once passed inspection . . . prefers 
girls with long hair . . . hint . . . in- 
dividualistic. 



George Tribou 
R.F.D. 2, Manomet 

George . . . "infernal . . . exuberant" 
. . . plans to go into the field of elec- 
tronics . . . passes the time sleeping 
. . . likes a '57 Chevy . . . water-skiing 
. . . dislikes dumb girls . . . found at 
Bruno's. 

Archery 4. 



Randolph Anthony Vacchi 

Duck Plain Road, Plymouth 

"Rat" . . . "active . . . Pleasant" . . . 

prized possession "My living Doll" 

. . . college bound . . . maybe teaching 
. . . dislikes nosey teachers . . . passes 
the time bowling ... or with . . .? 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; 15tf a week collector 
2, 3 ; Bank Teller 2 ; Varsity Club 3, 4 ; 
S.A.S. 2. 





Thomas Alfredo Vacchino 

4 Nelson Court, Plymouth 

Tom's plans include the United States 
Marines . . . this road menace would 
rather ride around with a special N.J. 
R. than attend school . . . He's "crea- 
tive" and enjoys customizing his 58 
Ford Convertible. 



Mary Esther Turini 

Marjorie Street, Plymouth 

"trim . . . protuberant" . . . future 
holds marriage ... to T. M. ... prized 
possession — her diamond, natch . . . 
Mary has a passion for . . . pink . . . 
passes the time bowling ... or at the 
movies. 

Dean's Council 3; Cashier 3; 15^ a 
week-collector 3. 



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Adele Susan Verre 

Court Street, Plymouth 

"gracious" Adele aspires to be a great 
writer . . . and to own a clipper some- 
day . . . likes her library . . . and sea- 
foods . . . dislikes explaining . . . "re- 
ticent" . 

Drama Club 4; Dean's Council 4; Of- 
fice Assistant 3, 4. 



OF 1965 






Thomas Francis Verre, Jr. 

Carver Road, Plymouth 

Tommy . . . soon will join the Army? 
Navy? ... or maybe we will see . . . 
"artistic" . . . likes 57 Fords . . . dislikes 
dead batteries . . . likes food any and 
all kinds . . . prefers tall, brown-haired 
girls. 



Ronald Anthony Valente 

Cherry Street, Plymouth 

Ronnie . . . "likable . . . spirited" . . . 
hopes to be a teacher . . . passes the 
tirne with quiet? girls . . . likes stereos 
. . . and pizza . . . dislikes Monday 
mornings . . . how come, Ronnie? 

Band 2; Football 2. 




Jean Huntley Walker 

Summer Street, Plymouth 



Jeannie . . . "shy . . 
wonderful artist . . . 
career . . . likes to 
her stamp collection 
clocks. 

Latin Club 2. 



. solitary" ... a 
bound for an art 
travel . . . prizes 
. . . dislikes alarm 



CARVER H.S. 



Sheila Vickery 

Robinson Street, Plymouth 

"Vick" . . . wants only to be happy 
. . . likes — her future Honda . . . and 
onion rings . . . and loden green . . . 
"unique" . . . seeks fun-loving boys 
. . . dislikes . . . snobs. 

Band 2, 3, 4; Leader Corp 3, 4; Jr. 
Prom 3; Class Secretary 3; Pilgrim 4; 
Dance Committees 2, 3; S.A.S. Home 
Room Representative 4. 



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Mark Fasdick Weston 

Main Street, Carver 

"man, I've had it!" . . . who said that 
. . . why Mark . . . bombing around in 
his '36 Chevy coupe . . . "carefree" 
. . . looking for friendly lovable girls 
to fill his pastime . . . dating . . . col- 
lege in the near future . . . "quick" . . . 
especially with a steak around. 

Basketball 2; Football 3, 4; Baseball 
2, 3, 4. 



Russell Ellis Whiting, Jr. 

Clifford Road, Plymouth 

Russ . . . "slapstick ... cunning" . . . 
college-bound . . . prizes his freedom 
. . . dislikes getting up early . . . pas- 
ses the time a-partying . . . maybe 
your looking for those (?) helpless 
gals ... eh, Russ? 

Band 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Travel 
Club 3; Quiz Bowl 4; Track 4. 




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"rational" . . . 
and friendly boys 
"comely" . . . 
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Cynthia Ann White 

70 Cherry Street, Plymouth 
college bound and eventually do 
search in Biology 
prefets considerate 
. . . wonder who? 
enjoys basketball 
who?? . . . past time — dancing . . . 
you can find her at Tassy's. 
Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Student Coun- 
cil 2, 4; Field Hockey 2, 4; Pilgrim 
2, 3, 4; Travel Club 2, 3; Math Club 
4; French Club 4; President Dean's 
Council 4; Newspaper 2, 3; Senior 
Council 4; Newspaper 2, 3; Senior 
Show 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Girls Sports Club 3, 4. 





CLASS 





Franklin Pierce Wilbur, Jr. 

High Street, Carver 

Franky . . . "bibliphilist . . . helpful" 
. . . soon to teach ... or maybe a 
Navy career . . . prized possession — 
his car . . . found at Tassy's ... or 
hunting ... or eating. 

S.A.S. 2; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Honor 
Society 4; Leader Corp 4; Plymouth- 
Carver Players 3, 4. 



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Nancy Lee Whiting 

State Road, Manomet 

"demure . . . fair" . . . that's Nancy . . . 
found in Buzzards Bay . . . prizes a 
certain ring . . . passes the time with 
that certain one . . . likes baby blue 
. . . stuffed animals . . . clams . . . fu- 
ture ambition — secretary. 

15<- a week collector 3; Pep Squad 3; 
S.A.S. Home Room delegate 3, 4. 



PLYMOUTH- 



Stephen Louis Wirzburger 

97 Standish Ave., Plymouth 



Steve . . . "scholarly . . 
likes include sports . . . 
collection . . . dislikes 
aspires teaching math 



reserved" . . . 
and his stamp 
homework . . . 
. . mmm-pizza. 



Cross Country 4; 15(/' a week collector 
3; Latin Club 2, 3; Math Club 4; Ticket 
Salesman 3, 4. 




Norman Hart Williams 

Lake Wood Drive, Cedarville 

Norm . . . "quiet . . . studious" . . . 
likes "just plain nice" girls . . . and 
cross-country shoes . . . and pizza . . . 
pet peeve — 4th period ... he plans 
to be an accountant . . . sport-track 
. . . but 'natch. 

Track 3, 4. 



CARVER H.S. 



Linda Mae Witt 

Fosdick Road, Carver 

"introverted . . . quiet" . . . that's Lin- 
da .. . plans to work after graduation 
likes . . . her left leg ... and her trip to 
Tony . . . and pizza . . . dislikes people 
who interfere . . . passes the time 
bowling or reading. 



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Lydia Wipple Withington 

Rocky Hill Road, Plymouth 

Lydia . . . "maverick . . . voquish" . . . 
hopes to be uncast . . . soon!! . . . 
likes . . . her left leg . . . and her trip to 
visit . . . Evan . . . dislikes . . . casts 
and RACOONS . . . passes time time 
just living. 

Tennis 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Newspaper 
3; Pep Squad 3; Prom Committee 3; 
Fashion Show 3; Pilgrim 4. 



Allen Banker Wood 

Fremont Street, South Carver 

To join the Navy . . . mmm . . . Allen 
can be found at Tassy's . . . "hunter" 
. . . likes that Browning automatic . . . 
"why must those conceited people 
have permanent passes" says Aller 
. . . "Are you all riaht?" 





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Federal Furnace Rd., Plymouth 

Curt . . . "talkative" . . . hopes to join 
the Air Force . . . likes his car . . . 
dislikes Room 308 . . . passes the time 
hunting . . . for quiet girls. 

Basketball manager 4; 15<- a week col- 
lector 2, 3. 



Allen George Wrightington 

Court Street, Plymouth 

Quiet? reserved? . . . "That's Clos^l" 
. . . not Allen . . . "spirited and fun- 
loving" . . . likes girls . . . perferably 
blonde . . . and life . . . especially his 
. . . dislikes conceited girls . . . and 
shaving (ouch) ... if not found sleep- 
ing , . . look in Jim's. 




George Wood 

River Street, Plymouth 

"enthusiastic . . . droll" . . . "Woody" 
. . . hopes to be a teacher . . . maybe 
Math . . . He's usually found loafing 
... in North Plymouth . . . likes in- 
clude money, basketball, hamburgers, 
and pizza . . . dislikes 1st period study 
. . . and brown-nosers. 

Basektball 3, 4; 15« l a week collector 
3; Varsity Club 3, 4; Ticket Sales- 
man 4. 




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Ronald Lewis Wood 

80 Court Street, Plymouth 

Will enter U. S. Air Force . . . enjoys 
sports . . . "clement" ... "I give up" 
. . . dislikes homework . . . "reserved" 
. . . hmm lobster. 



Rosemary Youngman 

48 Cherry Street, Plymouth 

"witty . . . slapbang" . . . engaging 
... to be married ... to her favorite 
pastime — Hank . . . Rose . . . prized 
possession — electric guitar . . . "get 
broken" . . . her reply to people who 
think they're a little bit better . . . 
found at Jim's or Jay's . . . with a 
polite understanding boy . . . Hank. 

Softball 2, 3, 4; Fashion Show; Bas- 
ketball 4; Track 2 



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OF 1965 




Shirley Anne Zinani 

52 Allerton St., Plymouth 

Shirl may become a teacher . . . who 
knows! . . . pious . . . she likes her 
car and knitting . . . but dislikes a cer- 
tain red head . . . beware ■ . ■ Shirl 
likes tall, dark, and handsome ones . . . 
"Oh brother" . . . quaint. 

104- a week collector 2; Usher for 
graduation 3; Dean's Council. 



Pamela Jane Zucchelli 

61 Warren Avenue, Plymouth 

"Pam" hopes to teach . . . "adroit" . . . 
hates those overheated classrooms . . . 
Repulse! . . . "vim" has traveled to 
Europe . . . wants to return to Paris 
to join the Peace Corps. 

10<- a week collector 2; Travel Club 2, 
3 ; Latin Club 2 ; Pilgrim Literary Staff 
Literary Magazine co-editor 3, 4; Quiz 
Bowl 3; Clarion 3; Girls' Sports Club 
3; President French Club 4; Secre- 
tary-Treasurer of National Honor Soc- 
iety 4; Co-editor of co-curricular staff 
Pilgrim 4; Drama Club 4; Youth 
Citizenship Conference 3. 




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Boys' and Girls' State Representatives Allen Wood, Susan Enos, Arthur Gray, 
Ronald Figueiredo. 



D.A.R. Best Girl Citizen Susan 
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Student Government Day Repre- 
sentative John Pacheco. 



Student Exchange Committee Colleen Paul, Maryann Santarpia, 
Mr. Arne Erickson, advisor; Paul Paoletti, Hillary Bubbins, 
absent — Donald Correa. 



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Ronnie Valente. 

Jimmy Ballard. 

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Has Hair Like Hilly Bubbins 

Has Eyes Like Nancy Doll 

Has a Smile Like, .ff/fc,./ .Cynthia White 
Has a Voice Like. .1 . ./&*,,. , .Leslie Nicoli 
Has a Complexion Like .... Lois Giovanetti 

Has Legs Like Lydia Withington 

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Has the Pep of Karen Santos 

Enjoys Sports Like Kathy Crowell 

Has the Physique of 

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DONE MOST FOR P.C.H.S. 

Only seven more windows to go! — Loralee and Art. 



FRIENDLIEST 

'I've got a crutch on you." 
— Lydia and Tony. 




PERSONALITY PLUS 

"Kiss me and I'll scream," Cece warns Eddie. 






SHYEST 

Cat got your tongue ? — Kathy and Eugene. 



BEST-LOOKING 

Rick and Betsy look the part. 



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Hmmm . . . banned in Boston! — 
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But Glenda, Ralph says that 
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MOST TALENTED 

"Will it disappear?" Muffet 
asks Tass. 







BEST ATHLETES 

Aren't you a little confused? — Donna and 
Denny. 



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BEST STUDENTS 

'Do we look industrious?" — Pam and David. 





BEST DANCERS 

Don't be bashful — Wayne and Lovey. 



MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 

'Don't spend it all in one place!" — Cynthia and Donnie. 



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Didn't we pro to different schools together? — Karen and Ronnie. 



BEST DRESSED 

But I don't think it's my size. — Bev and Gilbert. 





MOST CAREFREE 

Go back where you belong! — Sally 
and Russ. 




CLASS WITS 

All I wanted was a match! — Jane and Allen. 



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Favorite female Favorite male 

teacher — teacher — 

Mrs. Jackie Levin Mr. Patrick Berry 



SENIOR FAVORITES 




Book— 
'Gone With the Wind' 




Food — pizza 




Color — blue 




Sport — 
basketball 




Movie — 
"West Side Story' 




Actor — 
Paul Newman 




Song — "Mr. Lonely' 




Actress — 
Natalie Wood 




T.V. program- 

"Shindig" 




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Officers and Advisors 

Carol Brigida, Secretary; Mr. Willard Mondeau, 
Advisor; Charles Caramello, President; Mr. Donald 
Mayer, Advisor; Robert Silva, Treasurer; Richard 
Gallagher, Vice-President. 



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... we surrender to work 
aware of long years 
ahead . . . 





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prankish 

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'67 




OFFICERS 

Officers and advisors: Thomas Bastoni, President; 
Ronald St.George, Vice-President; Paulette Pimen- 
tal, Secretary; Glenn Lawrence, Treasurer; Mr. 
Kenneth Taylor, Advisor; Mr. Joseph Robinson, 
Advisor. 




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funny faces 

sad faces 

faces thin and fat 

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. . . memories 

senior pranks 

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Mr. Douglas Edwards, Advisor; Robert Carlisle, 
President; Joyce Brigida, Secretary; George Butters, 
Vice-President; Susan Brenner, Treasurer. 



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. . . Monday afternoons 
bowling 
friendships 
fun . . . 



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offers so much 
adventure 
intrigue 
mystery . . . 




. . . refreshing smile, 
carefree moments . . 




. . . warm sun 

fresh air 

nice to go home 



. . . library 
after hours 
time to stop 
and ponder 



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.Here a£ Plymouth-Carver we have opportunities 

to practice our life-skills. 

Later, when we leave, 

we shall have to depend on these, our own abilities, 

for full support. 

Within the frameworks of 

athletic competition, student-government, 

and school publications, we try ourselves; 

we strengthen our physical, moral, 

and mental fitness for life. 

Our forefathers had no such testing period 

in which to try the endurance of their courage 

and the strength of their resolution. 

They threw themselves at once 

on their own abilities, 

and trusted their fate to the God of their faith. 

These men and the millions who followed 

have left us something 

more than they had. 

Today, we have great security while we are learning 

and growing. 
Soon we will be ready to continue the building 

the Pilgrims started. 

— the building of ourselves 

and the ideals of our country. 



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Summit conference 

Mr. Dennis Aresta, Mr. Henry Cryer, Assistant 

Coaches; Mr. Joseph DeSisto, Head Coach 



Athletic Director 

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Although the Plymouth-Carver "Blue Ea- 
gles" scored no wins on the tally this year, 
the team displayed improvement as the sea- 
son progressed. The players illustrated good 
sportsmanship and played a fine brand of 
football throughout the season. Next year, 
we look forward to Coach Joseph DeSisto's 



fine group of underclassmen, who showed 
great potential this year. 

Captain Peter Basler will be sorely missed 
next year on both offense and defense, but 
the players chose well in electing Bob Janson 
and Alan Young co-captains for the fall season 
of 1965. 




THE TEAM— 1964 



Row 1: J. Clark, J. Maccaferri, R. Gallagher, R. St. 
George, P. Basler (Capt.), R. Furtado, C. Carafoli, 
D. McLean, R. Janson, M. Weston. Row 2: D. Furtado, 
J. Darsch, M. Babini, R. Curtis, A. Tassinnari, D. 
Tavares, J. Bothelo, A. Young, A. Knight, D. Cerasuo- 



lo, K. Medeiros. Row 3: P. Gonsalves, W. Cristani, 
M. Martin, J. Benevides, W. Stears, I. Butters, A. 
Policelli, L. Harju, D. Souza, W. Curtis, P. Pierson, 
G. Lema, R. Pratt (manager). Absent: W. Beal. 



THE RECORD 

Plymouth-Carver 8 Bridgewater-Raynham 52 

Plymouth-Carver Rockland 20 

Plymouth-Carver Middleboro 26 

Plymouth-Carver Whitman-Hanson ... 26 

Plymouth-Carver Abington 30 

Plymouth-Carver Falmouth 24 

Plymouth-Carver Randolph 35 

Plymouth-Carver Scituate 34 

Plymouth-Carver 20 Silver Lake 27 



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In Spite of Defeat 



The Plymouth-Carver Blue Eagles travelled to 
Bridge-water on September 26 to open the 1964 foot- 
ball season. Unfortunately it began on a sour note. 
The team's inexperience was obvious as Bridgewater- 
Raynham romped our boys by a 52-8 score. The only 
P-C touchdown was scored on a quarterback sneak 
by Jackie Darsch and the two extra points were 
added when Mark Weston drove into the end zone 
on an end sweep. 

The Eagles dropped their second game of the season 
to a strong Rockland team by a 20-0 margin. Although 
the team displayed fine second half ability, the Bull- 
dogs pushed out to a comfortable lead and never 
looked back. As in the first game, fumbles and 
interceptions were a deciding factor in our loss. 
Captain Pete Basler and Mark Weston played an 
excellent game and must be praised for their efforts. 

On October 10, Plymouth-Carver lost its third 
straight to league leading Middleboro High by the 
score of 26-0. In the first half, Middleboro scored on 
a blocked kick. The remaining two quarters proved 
to be a nightmare for P-C as the Orange and Black 
scored 21 straight points. Again the Blue Eagles were 
plagued with fumbles and intercepted passes. Mark 
Weston was outstanding at his halfback position 
while Allen Tassinari was brilliant on defense. 

On the Saturday afternoon of October 17, the 
football machine of P-C High travelled to Whitman 
for their fourth game of the season. The teams played 
under the most unfavorable conditions — pouring rain 
and a muddy field. The pigskin boys were more 
impressive on this day than in previous encounters. 
This display of ability, however, was not strong 
enough to penetrate the Panthers' stubborn defense. 
The final score was 26-0 with Whitman-Hanson on 
top. 

The second home game of the season was played 
against a strong Abington team. The combination of 
accurate passing and hard running sent Abington 
into a 30-0 half time lead. The Blue Eagles outplayed 
the Green Wave in the second half, but the issue 
had been decided, and P-C went down to their fifth 
straight defeat. "Poncho" Furtado and Kenny Medeir- 
os played their usual fine game in the line. 

Lawrence High became the sixth team to defeat 
Plymouth when "Joe's eleven" dropped a 24-0 de- 
cision at Falmouth. The Blue Eagles were again hurt 
by first half errors as the Maroon and White scored 
three touchdowns in the second quarter. As in several 
previous games, Plymouth-Carver played excellent 
defense for the remainder of the ball game. Despite 
the defeat being a non-league one, it added to the woe 
of gridiron success at Plymouth-Carver. 

Randolph emerged victorious in the seventh game 
of the season on November 7. The Blue Eagles, after 
giving up three touchdowns, got rolling near the end 
of the first half with the fine passing of Johnny Clark 



Mark Weston meets a little opposition. 




Clear field ahead for Bob. 



and Jackie Darsch. They mustered another drive in 
the closing minutes of the game when P-C moved 
the pigskin from their own twenty yard line to 
Randolph's 12, but time ran out. Outstanding for 
Plymouth were Captain Pete Basler and halfback 
Dave Furtado. 

The eighth game of the schedule showed the Blue 
and White of Plymouth facing Scituate High. Much 
like other games P-C played sporatic football, yielding 
a majority of the 34 points scored by the sailors in 
one quarter. The Eagles remained scoreless. Allan 
Young shined in the P-C offense. Dennis Tavares and 
Ronald St. George were steady on defense. 

Due to rain on Thanksgiving Day, the Plymouth- 
Carver vs. Silver Lake contest was postponed to the 
following Saturday, November 28. Both teams were up 
for the game as neither team had yet had a league 
victory. P-C's Jack Darsch kicked off to open the 
yearly classic, but the Laker's John Howe skirted the 
left end, taking the ball down to the Plymouth 20 
yard line. When the Eagles held their arch rival, it 
was obvious that both teams were going all out for 
this one. Dave Springer of Silver Lake scored late in 
the first quarter to put his team into the scoring 
column. The extra point was good and the Lakers 
took a 7-0 lead. Silver Lake held the lead for the 
remainder of the game although the Blue and White 
stayed close. Alan Young of Plymouth scored 12 and 
Don McLean scored 8 to account for P-C's 20 points. 
Seniors Pete Basler and Mark Weston and junior Bob 
Janson played excellent football. Quarterback John 
Darsch went all the way calling signals and helped 
the Blue Eagle cause by playing his best game of the 
season. Overall, it was a typical Thanksgiving Day 
game — well played and hard fought with many excit- 
ing moments. The final score: P-C 20, S.L. 27. 



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Pete Basler congratulates next year's co-captains, Bob Janson and Alan 
Young, as coach Joe DeSisto looks on. 



(1-r) Mac Butters, Pete Basler 
(captain) Bob Curtis, Poncho Fur- 
tado, Allen Tassinnari, Jack 
Darsch, Donnie Souza, Skip Cara- 
foli, Mike Martin, Larry Harju, 
Jim Maccaferri. 




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From the 1964 version of football at Plymouth-Carver 
High, Coach Joe DeSisto will lose twelve men. These 
boys have played from one to three years and have 
totaled eighteen varsity stripes. The team will miss the 
leadership and exceptional capabilities of Captain Pete 
Basler, who gave one hundred per cent going both ways. 
On offense, Mark Weston's fine running, Jack Darch's 
passing and kicking, and Jimmy Maccaferri's pass catch- 
ing will be lost. On defense and in the line, Skip Carafoli, 
"Poncho" Furtado, Bob Curtis, Allen Tassinari, and 
Don Souza will be missed. 

In mentioning seniors, no one can forget captain-elect 
Evan Holmes who moved to Illinois and played football 
for a strong Urbana High School team and George 
Gonsalves who, because of his age, was ineligible for 
the 1964 season. We congratulate the graduating foot- 
ball players of P-C High for determination, pride, spirit, 
and fine sportsmanship. 



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Doug's undefeated Frosh . . . Row 1: R. Cook; V. 
Bratti; J. Silva; S. Rogers; R. Carlisle; B. Butters; J. 
Furtado; D. Norris; S. Tuscher; P. Gavoni. Row 2: L. 
Smith; R. Freyermuth; J. Caramello, D. Maccaferri; B. 
Williams; C. Gray; B. Buxton; E. Krukowski; B. Jesse; 



W. Henry; B. Zanotti. Row 3: E. Bates, manager; A. 
Silva, manager; P. Giovanetti; W. Borgatti; N. Eklund; 
R. Meyer; J. Chad-wick; N. Rasmussen; D. Banker; B. 
Otto; B. Daley; D. Robiero; J. Parson; Coach Doug 
Edwards. 



FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 



This year the freshman football team added 
to the spectacular coaching record of Doug Ed- 
wards. Mr. Edwards, assisted by Tony Spath 
and Frank Anderson, completed the second un- 
defeated season in his eight years of fine coach- 
ing at Plymouth. 

Several talented backs : Bill Butters, Bob Car- 
lisle, Ed Krakowski, Rick Meyer, Steve Rogers, 
and Barry Otto, were aided by a strong offen- 
sive and defensive line composed of Vin Bratti, 
Larry Smith, Bob Williams, Windy Henry, Bud 
Ruxton, Chris Gray, Paul Gavoni, Dave Macca- 
ferri, and George Baradi. The Eaglets ran over 
all opposition, scoring a sensational 254 points 
to the opponent's 28. 



FRESHMAN RECORD 

P-C 32 Silver Lake 

P-C 36 Bridgewater-Raynham 

P-C 30 Rockland 14 

P-C 44 Middleboro 6 

P-C 40 Whitman-Hanson 8 

P-C 28 Abington 

P-C 44 Randolph 









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(1-r) co-captain Bob Carlisle, coach Doug 
Edwards, co-captain Billy Butters. 



The Indispensibles. 




Row 1 (1-r): R. Cristani, J. Cotti, B. Wood, B. Guidaboni, C. Buckley, P. Figlioli. 
Row 2 (1-r) : P. Pimental, D. Parker, J. Barengo, G. Sherman, D. Roncarati, L. Axford. 






CHEERLEADERS 



The P-C High cheerleading squad consists of 
twelve girls who drill strenuously throughout 
the football and basketball seasons. These girls 
do their best to stimulate true school spirit, 
which is essential for a successful athletic pro- 
gram. 




pre-game apprehension 





Co-captains R. Cristani, P. j 
Figlioli. 



Come on girls, let's beat 
'em! 



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PEP SQUAD 




Advisor, Miss Nancy MacDuffee of Pep Squad. 



MARCHING GIRLS 



The Pep Squad, re-organized this year by 
the cheerleaders and Miss Nancy MacDuffee, 
was a great success during this year's football 
season. The girls, led by their cheerleaders, 
chanted side-line cheers and songs at every 
game. Their spirit and support were unfailing. 




Row 1: L. Giovanetti, B. Jesse Co-Captain, C. White 
Captain, M. Stearns Co-Leader, B. Stein. Row 2: K. 
Montemaggi, D. Guaraldi, P. Ferioli, W. Gomes, C. 
Besse, L. Croft. Row 3: P. Taddia, E. Fry, N. Pedrini, 
J. Wirtzburger, C. Brigida, L. Stiles, B. Sampson. 
Row 4: S. Aguiar, L. Koblantz, J. Pacheco, J. Brenner, 
C. Volta, R. Costa, S. Stewart, L. Barrows. Row 5: 
C. Cristofori, J. Strassel, M. Montemaggi, N. Randall, 
P. Tavernelli, J. Stern, C. Geller P Maccaferri, P. 
Randall. 



Precision drill and high-stepping maneuvers 
made-up the half-time entertainment for every 
Plymouth-Carver football contest this fall. 
The Marching Girls, under the direction of 
John Pacheco, accompanied the band and fur- 
nished added interest as each week they exe- 
cuted a different and original arrangement of 
maneuvers. 



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Bobby Wild, Mike Caton, Jim 
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Although the Plymouth-Carver Harriers 
suffered a losing season in cross-country, the 
team showed promise for next season with ten 
of fifteen lettermen returning. Some of the 
outstanding runners were Dennis Diegoli, 
Robbie Wild, Chuck Caramello, Mike Caton, 
and Jim Ballard. Plymouth placed 5th in the 
Old Colony League Meet and 7th in the Dis- 
trict Meet post-season competition. 



P-C 42 Silver Lake 16 

P-C 32 Whitman Hanson 23 

P-C 45 Rockland 15 

P-C 32 Wareham 23 

P-C 15 Hingham 40 

P-C 22 Abington 33 

P-C 40 Middleboro 15 




Who ran the wrong way? 
Front: Mr. Hank Rogers, Coach; C. Caramello, D. Costa, DeCost. Back: S. Wirtzburger, R. Murphy, A. Neri, M. 
R. Fry, M. May, J. Pacheco, R. Grenell, J. Ballard, N. Caton, S. Cline, R. Wild, W. Diaz. 



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FIELD HOCKEY '64 




Row 1: K. Montemaggi, K. Edwards, B. Jesse, K. Crowell, 
C. White, D. Prout (captain), Coach Sandra Cheverie, 
N. Doll, L. Giovanetti, M. Prentice, J. Hertel, S. Scotto. 
Row 2: C. Strassel (manager), B. Guerra, C. Brigida, 
N. Kelly, K. Pederzani, A. Engstrom, B. Meyer, D. 



Salgado, S. Henderson, L. Pina, M. Furtado (manager). 
Row 3: S. Edwards, Z. Lewis, S. Meharg, J. Edwards, M. 
Morse, B. Fernandez, S. Brewster, J. Brigida, L. Heath, 
S. Mullaney. 



The girl's field hockey team, predominantly 
seniors, became co-champions of the Old Col- 
ony League with a record of 6 wins, one loss, 
and one tie. The team was led by Beverly 
Guerra and Karen Montemaggi who scored 7 
and 5 goals respectively. 

The junior varsity finished with an unde- 
feated season of 5 wins and 2 ties. Coach San- 
dra Cheverie hopes for many more champion- 
ships in the future. 




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SCOREBOARD 

Varsity J-V 

Silver Lake 2-1 2-0 

Rockland 1-0 1-1 

Abington 2-0 1-0 

Whit-Hanson 4-0 

Middleboro 3-0 6-0 

Rockland 2-2 2-0 

Hingham 2-1 1-0 

Abington 0-2 0-0 




A wild scramble for possession 



Congratulations, Donna. 



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The game is won 

when the determination 

and confidence 

of each player 

is at its peak. 

The individual athlete 

must prepare for his part 

in the game 

by first developing 

a positive approach, 

and then by realizing 

that his ability 

can only become a skill 

with practice. 

Endurance is not enough. 

A sense of spirit, 

strength, 

and self -discipline 

must be in evidence 

in order that he may profit 

from his toil. 

When his moment comes, 

the gnawing fear of failure 

is conquered by prior training. 

The challenge is met. 

The test is passed. 

He is victorious. 

They made their beginning here. 

We are aware 

of their trials 

and the extent of their struggling. 

Perseverance, 

determination, and brute courage 

prevailed in those early years. 

They met their challenge 

and our very existence 

verifies their victory in the game. 



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Row 1: T. Bastoni, B. Stein, Treas.; J. Furtado, Sec; 
L. Lane, Pres.; G. White, V. Pres.; C. Caramello, R. 
Carlisle, A. Gray. Row 2: M. Buckley, B. Sampson, S. 
Enos, C. White, J. Eufrazio, N. Ekland, R. Girard, L. 



Perry. Row 3: H. Gibbs, M. Morse, L. Heath, S. Ryan, 
C. Gellar, E. Erickson, R. Janson, S. Keller, R. Agnew, 
J. Pacheco. 



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The Plymounth-Carver High School Student 
Council acts as the most essential bond between 
students and their activities. More than this the 
Student Council is an experience in respon- 
sibility and an outlet for student expression. The 
Council provides such activities as dances, as- 
sembly programs, and public welfare projects. 
The Student Council is synonymous with school 
life. 





"I'm late for the meeting!" 



SAS Officers 
Have any of you girls seen Greg? Advisor — Mr. Russell 
Randall. 



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DEAN'S COUNCIL 
Mrs. Urann's Girls 

Cynthia White, President; Barbara Buckley, Vice-President; Carman Lopes, Secretary; 
Donna Fernandez, Treasurer. 



The Dean's Council consists of all girls who 
wish to increase the cultural and social acti- 
vities of Plymouth-Carver High. The Council 
plans programs to further its purpose, such as 
"Manners, Modes and Morals", which was pre- 
sented this year to freshman girls. 



Audio-Visual Aids: Peter 
and Charles Cappannari. 



Russell 




Directed by Mr. C. Richard Vaughan, the 
Leader Corps has already begun its work of 
bettering the school. It is their duty to re- 
present the ideal of leadership throughout the 
school. Members of the Leader Corps serve our 
school by ushering for various school pro- 
grams, maintaining the information booth, and 
patrolling: the corridors. 




LEADER CORPS 

Mr. C. Richard Vaughan, advisor; P. Randall, Secretary; L. Croft, 
Chairman; D. Tavares, Asst. Chairman. 



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CASHIERS 

Row 1: B. Wood, G. La Verde, 
L. Stiles. Row 2: M. Burton, K. 
Littlefield, B. Gonsalves, M. 
Bagnall. Row 3: S. Wright, S. 
Lewis, L. Neal, L. Nicoli, G. 
Sherman. 



CASHIERS and . . . 

The efficient operation of lunchroom facilities to accommodate over 
one-thousand students daily is no easy task. Under the supervision of 
Mrs. Bartlett, a group of girls serve as cashiers to insure the smooth 
sale of lunches in the cafeteria. 

OFFICE ASSISTANTS 




'I never heard that one before!' 



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The office assistants are a group of girls who assist the office sec- 
retaries. Their duties include checking attendance slips, making and 
receiving telephone calls, and duplicating. They not only serve the 
school, but also gain experience in office procedure. 



OFFICE ASSISTANTS 
Row 1: P. MacLean, P. Edwards, Mrs. 
Dorothy Lopes, Advisor, S. Enos, C. 
Lanman. Row 2: B. Thissel, N. Suther- 
land, B. Sampson, M. Santarpia, J. 
Miranda, S. Hinkley, R. Fernandes, B. 
Wood. Row 3: B. Harris, B. Guidiboni, 
N. Leach, L. Pimental, M. Burton, G. 
Carter, P. Griffin. 




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LAB and . . . 




LAB ASSISTANTS 

Row 1: J. McNamara, L. Nicoli, Mr. Levsque, Mr. David Barlow, 
Advisors, S. Aguiar, P. Paoletti. Row 2: J. Smith, R. Bradley, P. 
Niemi, K. Littlefield, E. Ottino, K. Griffin, H. Gibbs. Row 3: A. 
Basinski, P. Williams, C. Sampson, J. Durkin, F. Richards, W. 
Bagley. 



The Lab Assistants form a group 
of biology students interested in 
assisting science teachers with la- 
boratory care and preparation. 
Their duties include feeding the 
various live animals according to 
their specific diets, keeping plants 
in excellent condition, and prepar- 
ing solutions needed for classes. 



The library aides, supervised by 
Miss Audrey Ziergiebel, learn and 
practice the basic fundamentals of 
library procedure. These students 
serve the school by contributing to 
the efficient operation of the lib- 
rary. 



LIBRARY 
ASSISTANTS 



LIBRARY ASSISTANTS 
Seated: L. Smith, L. Cadose, C. Bates, L. Cappannari, Baker. Standing: R. T. Barkhouse, B. McLean, C. Roth, 
Mrs. Bramhall, Assistant Librarian, Miss Ziergiebel, C. Giovanetti, M. Brigida, L. J. Costa, M. Nunes, J. 
Librarian, V. Hathaway, A. Engstrom, G. Erickson, D. Barrows, D. Britton, R. Brown, D. Triplett. 




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"The P-C Misfits" 
Row 1: R. Gomes, G. Wood, J. Pacheco, D. Perry, Cap- R. Wild, J. Clark, M. Caton, Harold Rogers, Coach. 
tain; A. Neri, I. Butters, J. Darseh. Row 2: J. Medeiros, Row 3: R. Fry, G. Rose, D. McLean. 




Now on this play . . . Hank and Denny. 



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VARSITY SCOREBOARD 
Pre-Season Games 



Plymouth-Carver. . 


.72 


Plymouth-Carver. . 


.52 


O.C.L. 


Plymouth-Carver . . 


.52 


Plymouth-Carver. . 


.61 


Plymouth-Carver. . 


.48 


Plymouth-Carver. . 


.69 


Plymouth-Carver. . 


.72 


Plymouth-Carver. . 


.56 


Plymouth-Carver. . 


.50 


Plymouth-Carver. . 


.57 


Plymouth-Carver. . 


.71 


Plymouth-Carver. . 


.45 


Plymouth-Carver. . 


.65 


Plymouth-Carver. . 


.40 


Plymouth-Carver. . 


.52 


Plymouth-Carver. . 


.61 


Total— P-C 


829 



Alumni 69 

Coyle 59 

Games 

Middleboro 63 

Hingham 70 

Silver Lake 46 

Whit-Hanson 72 

Rockland 66 

Wareham 50 

Abington 53 

Middleboro 63 

Hingham 51 

Silver Lake 36 

Whit-Hanson 60 

Rockland 44 

Wareham 27 

Abington 52 

Opponents 753 



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Get those rebounds! 



Third Place 



Christmas vacation brought the Blue 
Eagles their first victory when they upset 
the Plymouth-Carver alumni in a hard- 
fought and gratifying game. This encourag- 
ing start, however, was offset by subsequent 
losses to Coyle, Middleboro, and Hingham 
respectively, three strong teams. Hope was 
renewed with P-C's victory over Silver Lake 
in an overtime thriller. Coach Rogers ro- 
tated his men so that nearly all saw action 
in the opening games, with captain Dennis 
Perry and Don McLean starring. 




Mike take a cautious step. 



The Eagles entered their second contest 
with Middleboro, the league leader, backed 
by a record of three wins and four losses 
and intent on winning. This game was one 
of the closest P-C had encountered; they 
met the challenge and displayed true abil- 
ity. In the remaining games, Dennis Perry 
and Jackie Darsch led the team in continu- 
ing its winning streak to round out the sea- 
son with a majority of wins and the satis- 
faction of having completed a good year. 



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Front: Alan Neri, George Wood, Rocky Gomes. Back: 
Jack Darsch, Dennis Perry, Jack Pacheco, Mac Butters. 




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Henry's boys. . . 
Kneeling: A. Ferrazi, A. Andrews, D. Griswold, W. Minskey, P. Matinzi, W. Briggs, W. Muer, R. Kallio, 
Cristani, R. Buttner. Standing: Henry Cryer Coach, S. G. Lawrence. 



JUNIOR VARSITY 



Bright Hopes For The Future 







J. V. RECORD 






PC. 


. 35 


Coyle 


. ... 46 


P-C vs. 


PC. 


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Middleboro 


. ... 50 


P-C vs. 


PC. 


. 40 


Hingham 


...45 


P-C vs. 


P-C. 


. 35 


Silver Lake 


.... 32 


P-C vs. 


PC. 


. 57 


South Shore 


.... 53 


P-C vs. 


PC. 


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Whitman-Hanson . . . 


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P-C vs. 


PC. 


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Rockland 


.... 51 


P-C vs. 


P-C. 


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Wareham 


.... 23 


P-C vs. 


P-C. 


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Abington 


...30 


P-C vs. 


P-C. 


. 33 


Middleboro 


.... 43 


P-C vs. 


P-C. 


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... 33 


P-C vs. 


P-C. 


. 70 


South Shore 


. . . . 57 


P-C vs. 


P-C. 


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Silver Lake 


. ... 29 


P-C vs. 


P-C. 


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Whitman-Hanson . . . 


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P-C vs. 


P-C. 


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Rockland 


...41 


P-C vs. 


P-C. 


. 42 


Wareham 


. ... 27 


P-C vs. 


P-C. 


. 54 


Abington 


.... 44 


P-C vs. 



FRESHMAN RECORD 

Whitman 53- 

Rockland 72- 

Middleboro 44- 

Hingham 60- 

Silver Lake 54- 

South Shore Voc 57- 

Wareham 44- 

Abington 59- 

Whitman 56- 

Rockland 75- 

Middleboro 45- 

Hingham 69- 

Silver Lake 64- 

South Shore Voc 69- 

Wareham 66- 

Abington 53- 

West Bridgewater 37- 






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Plymouth-Carver Eaglets. . . 
Row 1: E. Krokowski, R. Williams, W. 
Buttner, S. Rogers, C. Gray, R. Car- 
lisle. Row 2: B. Ruxton, manager, S. 
Conroy, D. Maccaferri, D. Campbell, 
Doug Edwards, Coach, G. Barati, D. 
Jesse, D. Robiero. Row 3: W. Henry, 
D. Campbell, A. Silva, L. Smith, P. 
Giovanetti, R. Daley, manager. 



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CHEERLEADERS ... 

Hi ... BASKETBALL 



The Senior Squad: (Top) B. Guidaboni, R. 
Cristani, C. Buckley. (Bottom) G. Sherman, P. 
Figlioli, J. Barengo. 





the girls in action 



Ever-present effervescence is a character- 
istic displayed by Plymouth-Carver's cheering 
squad. The team, under the direction of Miss 
Nancy McDuffee, is comprised of twelve girls 
representing every class. The girls, who have 
worked largely on their own this year, have 
succeeded in creating original new cheers per- 
taining to every sport. The result of their 
efforts was evident to every Plymouth sports 
spectator ; our cheerleaders put an added spark 
into encouraging the teams to win. 



co-captains Bobby and Figgy. 



Presenting the P-C Rockettes: Polly, the Bun, Ce, Lynn, Fig, Janie, Glen, Di, Bettie, 
Jeanie, Bobbie. 





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The Plymouth-Carver girls' basketball team enjoyed an- 
other successful season this year. The varsity record was 
nine wins and five losses giving them third place in the Old 
Colony League and an invitation to the Girls' Invitational 
Tourney. High scorers for the varsity were Nancy Doll with 
96 points and Brenda Roncorati, with 89. 



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VARSITY RECORD 



P-C 


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P-C 


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P-C 


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P-C 


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P-C 


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P-C 


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P-C 


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P-C 


26 


P-C 


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P-C 


38 


P-C 


26 


P-C 


99 


P-C 


41 


P-C 


20 


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P-C 


19 



Middleboro 21 

Hingham 34 

Silver Lake 14 

Whitman 36 

Rockland 16 

Wareham 25 

Abington 15 

Middleboro 29 

Hingham 40 

Silver Lake 16 

Whitman 39 

Rockland 33 

Wareham 31 

Abington 17 

Hanover 53 



VARSITY 

Girls can play basketball too! nandes, N. Kelly, J. Courtney, M. James, W. Gomes, B. 

Row 1: D. Prout, S. Aguiar, D. Lopes, B. Roncarati, S. Guerra, Manager. 
Enos, N. Doll. Row 2: K. Pederzani, Manager, B. Fer- 




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JUNIOR VARSITY 

Row 1: D. McDougall, L. 
Heath, D. Furnandes, Captain 
S. Brewster, J. Gould, D. Mor- 
ris, M. Pina. Row 2: C. Rettig, 
L. Koblantz, L. Rose, S. Hen- 
derson, K. Carafoli, D. Bryant. 




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The P-C girls' J. V. basketball team ended with a very suc- 
cessful season, the final record being ten wins against four 
losses. Lydia Rose led all scorers with 84 points and is a 
promising hope for next year's varsity team. 



Jane Courtney blocks the 
shot. 




Junior Varsity Record 

P-C 10 Middleboro 13 

P-C 19 Hingham 7 

P-C 10 Silver Lake 15 

P-C 14 Whitman 15 

P-C 7 Rockland 15 

P-C 16 Wareham 9 

P-C 21 Abington 9 

P-C 18 Middleboro 17 

P-C 21 Hingham 13 

P-C 24 Silver Lake 22 

P-C 22 Whitman 9 

P-C 20 Rockland 12 

P-C 15 Wareham 5 

P-C 21 Abington 8 




Action at the Tourney. 



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SPORTS CLUBS 




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BOYS' VARSITY CLUB 

Row 1: M. Weston, R. Furtado, J. Botelho, P. Basler, Advisor, Mr. Mario 
Romano, D. Perry, D. Costa, C. Millican, J. Medeiros. Row 2: M. Babini, A. 
Knight, K. Medeiros, R. Fry, D. Souza, R. St. George, D. McLean, W. Beal, 
R. Wild. Row 3: A. Young, A. Neri, G. Gonsalves, P. Russell, R. Curtis, R. 
Janson, R. Gallagher, D, Tavares, J. Maccaferri. Row 4: D. Correa, J. Murphy, 
M. Caton, J. Ballard, C. Caramello, N. DeCost, R. Gomes, R. Vacchi, J. Clark. 



The goal of every high school sport is to instill a sense of good 
sportsmanship within every young athlete. The Boys' Sports Club 
was orgainzed to fulfill these aims. Membership in the Varsity Club 
is confined to those boys who have earned their letters in football, 
basketball, baseball, cross-country, or track. Service at concession 
stands and ticket booths is undertaken bv the Rov's Varsitv Club. 




GIRLS' SPORTS CLUB 



Row 1: B. Fernandes, B. Stein, Treas. M. Prentice, Pres. 
J. Hertel, Advisors — Nancy MacDuffee, Sandra Cheverie, 
V. Pres. K. Montemaggi, Sec. L. Giovanetti, D. Lopes, 
W. Gomes, M. Furtado. Row 2: K. Crowell, B. Roncarati, 
S. Aguiar, Z. Lewis, C. Strassel, D. Prout, B. Jesse, 
S. Enos, C. White, K. Edwards, K. Pederzani, C. Silva. 



Row 3: J. Cotti, P. Pimental, G. Sherman, B. Wood, J. 
Barengo, L. Heath, S. Brewster, N. Doll, M. Gomes, 
L. Pina, N. Kelly, C. Brigida. Row 4: L. Axford, C. Stern, 
L. Koblantz, C. Besse, L. Stevens, S. Edwards, K. Little- 
field, B. Guidiboni, P. Figlioli, R. Cristani, J. Brigida, 
M. Morse. 



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CHORUS 



CHORUS 

Now follow the bouncing ball! 



The Plymouth-Carver High School Chorus, 
led by Mr. Morrison, is an organization which 
gives students the opportunity to better them- 
selves in various musical programs. The chorus 
participates each year in a Christmas and a 
Spring program for the students and a major 
musical production for the public. This worth- 
while organization seems to arouse increased 
interest of the student body each year. 



New to the school this year, the orchestra 
rehearses under the direction of Mrs. Rose- 
mary Way. The orchestra devotes itself to clas- 
sical music and offers a new interest to those 
students playing string instruments. 




ORCHESTRA 



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Seated: C. White, L. Croft, M. Santarpia, K. Edwards, P. Taddia (Vice 
President), J. Rogers (President), P. Zucchelli (Secretary), M. Buckley, 
S. Enos, L. Lane. Standing: M. Armstrong, B. Guidiboni, K. Montimaggi, 

B. Stein, B. Harris, B. Furtado, M. Stearns, F. Wilbur, A. Neri, Miss Phyllis 
Boucher (Advisor), J. Darsch, D. Ceccarelli, B. Jesse, L. Cadose, P. Griffin, 

C. Costa. 



NATIONAL HONOR 
SOCIETY 



At least twice a year, P.C.H.S. presents assemblies to the en- 
tire student body in which a small percentage of people from the 
junior and senior classes are inducted into the Massasoit Chap- 
ter of the National Honor Society — the highest honor which can 
be bestowed upon a high school student. Membership in this so- 
ciety is based upon scholarship, chararter and leadership. 

Besides being a society signifying honor for its members, this 
organization provides for ushers at many school functions. 





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sation. 



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tea party. 



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QUIZ BOWL 



Row 1 (left-right) D. Torrence, 
D. Watts Mr. Bernard Baru- 
faldi (advisor), N. Pedrini, G. 
Cappannari. Row 2: T. Bastoni, 
C. Sampson, S. Cline, R. Brad- 
ley, P. Neimi. Row 3: C. Besse, 
H. Prussman, A. Martin. 



Under the direction of Mr. Bernard Barufaldi, the Quiz 
Bowl's second year has been very worthwhile. The groups 
major purpose is to compete with the teams of other schools 
and those within our own school. A major criterion is the 
ability to think and answer questions spontaneously. 



The student chapter of the A. F. S., sponsored by Mr. 
Demeo, was formed with the idea of bringing a foreign ex- 
change student here to P-C High. The purpose of this organi- 
zation is to raise the needed funds to promote such a ven- 
ture. The A. F. S.'s activities this year include a Christmas 
'Round the World dance, a food sale, and a foreign student 
assembly. 





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A.F.S. CLUB 



Advisor, Mr. Julian Demeo, Jr.; 



President, R. 
S. Crocker; 
Bongiovanni; 
S. Sherman, 
Savory. 



Silva; Treasurer, 

Secretary, A. 

Representatives, 

J. Strassel, M. 



PILGRIM STAFF 




"Oh, no!" exclaims Miss Drisko to Donnie and Ronnie, partners in crime. 



To graphically express the adventures of 
young adults during the busiest and most me- 
morable time of their lives — their high school 
years, is the primary objective of a good year- 
book. In retrospect over the past four years, 
we uncover many fond memories, which, 
through the labors of a competent yearbook 
staff, will be preserved within a colorful and 



factual manual that will be cherished for many 
years. 

Through a good editorial leadership, the 
guidance of an understanding advisor, and 
through the total co-operation among the var- 
ious committees organized and supervised by 
the students themselves, the objective has 
been realized, the result — a good yearbook. 



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SENIOR STATISTICS STAFF 


Who's got the cards? B. Gonsalves, Editor; 
L. Nicoli, J. Mc'Namara, B. Furtado, R. 
Fernandes, C. Strassel, G. Freeman, L. 
Giovanetti, L. Withington. 








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BUSINESS STAFF 

Row 1: E. Dunlap, J. Stern, M. Pratt, J. Furtado, Asst. Manager; 
C. Caramello, Manager; M. Longever, L. Lane. Row 2: K. Griffin, 
J. Boccaci, J. Walker, D. Watts, L, Nicoli, N. Leach, M. Moon, B. 
Govoni, V. Caramsalidis. Row 3: P. Serres, R. Costa, A. Bongio- 
vanni, S. Stewart, J. Strassel, G. Erickson, N. Pedrini, P. Tavern- 
elli, P. Rettig. Row 4: R. Gallagher, A. Cappella, D. Tavares, S 
Donovan, D. Doll, R. Silva, M. Lynn, J. Cotti. 



TYPING STAFF 

Front: Editor, C. Costa. Standing: 
L. Costa, C. Lanmon, P. Griffin, 
L. Cadose, D. Cotti, B. Guidiboni, 
L. Gilbert, B. Sampson. 



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CO-CURRICULUM STAFF 

(l.-r.) C. Stern, C. Besse, M. Jayko, 
J. Pacheco, M. Armstrong (co-editor) 
P. Paoletti, P. Zucchelli (co-editor), 
P. Niemi, K. Bastoni, C. Giovanetti, 
J. Barengo. 



PILGRIM 



CURRICULUM STAFF 

(l.-r.) E. Kierstead (Editor), M. 
Savery, A. Ryan, A. Engstrom, S. 
Ryan, S. Edwards, P. Randall, S. 
Ledo. 



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ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF 

Row 1: C. Oliveira, L. Cadose, S. Seirfert (co-editor), ferri, M, Furtado, J. Pacheco, J. Harris, S. Vickery, 
J. Rogers (co-editor), G. Sherman. Row 2: P. Macca- B. Jesse. 



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GIRLS' SPORTS 
Editor, N. Doll, L. Barrows, 
K. Lopes, H. Gibbs, B. Stein, 
R. Fernandes. 



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Editors: Martha Stearns and David Britton. 

Advisors: Mrs. Inger Martinelli and Mr. William Dillon. 
Business Manager: Betty Jesse. 



NEWSPAPER 
STAFF 



The Clarion, established in the fall of 1963, has tried to 
spark the interest of P-C High students with articles per- 
tinent to their everyday school life. In "Mr. Demeo Speaks" 
and other editorials, as well as in the excellent sports and 
features, the Clarion staff offers the student body informa- 
tion and enjoyable reading. 



MATH CLUB 



The Math Club, under the direction of Mr. Donald Mayer, 
seeks to increase knowledge and interest in mathematics. 
At monthly meetings, new trends in modern mathematics 
are studied and discussed. An annual math club field trip is 
held in the spring when members observe modern applica- 
tions of math at an institution or place of business. 




MATH CLUB 

Row 1: C. White, S. Keller, 

D. Perry, Mr. Donald Mayer, 
Advisor, M. Montanari, S. 
Sherman, B. Meyer. Row 2: 
H. Martin, G. Lane, J. Strassel, 

E. Brigida, R. Bradley, P. 
Niemi, R. Silva. Row 3: C. 
Millican, R. Janson, S. Wil- 
liams, J. Ferro, S. Wirtzbur- 
ger, D. Ceccarelli, H. Antoni- 
otti. Row 4: A. Neri, F. Rich- 
ards, J. Durkin, A. Tassinari, 
R. Whiting, P. Russell. 



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FRENCH CLUB 

A. Bongiovanni, Secretary, P. Zuc- 
chelli, President, Miss Iris Alber- 
tini, Advisor, B. McLean, V. Presi- 
dent, C. Giovanetti, Treasurer. 




FRENCH AND LATIN CLUBS 



The French Club, under the direction of Miss 
Iris Albertini, brings to the student at P.C.H.S. 
a touch of France and its customs. Through 
films, slides, and records, the student comes 
to know more intimately the land and its 
people. 



The Latin Club, directed by Mr. John Ta- 
vernelli, is composed of Latin students inter- 
ested in furthering their knowledge of ancient 
Rome and its language. The elected officers 
are a Consul or president, a Quaestor or trea- 
surer, a Scribe or secretary, and a Committia 
or a committee consisting of three persons. 
The Junior Classical League Convention is the 
major event of the year. For this gathering 
students dress in Roman attire. 




LATIN CLUB 

D. Guaraldi, P. Pascoe, Comitia, Mr. John Tavernelli, Advisor, J. Leonardi, Questa, 
A. Tassinari, Comitia, R. Whiting, Consul. 



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Time turn back! 

Freeze the fleeting moments of the past year! 

Drift back in memory . . . remember . . . remember? 

It's fall. Can you feel it . . . 

the nipping air, the blur of color, the eager bustle, 

the birth of activity. 

You're at the football game 

distracted by the sensual commotion around you — 

the rustle of shakers, 

a flash of blue, a passing scream, a sudden shove, 

the dizzy scene too full to encompass. 

Remember? . . . the pretty new face you discover 

at the dance, 

the initial shyness, the gradual relaxation, 

and final surrender to the rythm 

beating in your veins . . . 

her smile, the ache in your feet, 

the heat, the crowd. 

Remember the wintry mornings, the crunchy snow, 

the warmth of the bus 

you thought would never come, 

the snowey daydream in Spanish class, 

the footprint in the court yard, 

your warm high boots, red velvet 

and ribbon of the Christmas dance? . . . 

March. 

Remember your first attack of senioritis, 

your lackadaisical attitude, the wild party, 



tennis, your restlessness, baseball, 

the lure of the outside air, 

and that magic evening of the Prom? 

Remember remember? 

Oh, time, where have you gone? 



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applause. 




Don't be shy, Kathy 



Modes, Manners and Morals 

The Talent Assembly, sponsored by the Dean's Coun- 
cil, provided a showcase for those students who have 
talent and wish to display it before the student body. 

Modes, Manners, and Morals, conducted by Ruth Lang 
Fitzgerald, was offered to the freshman girls. Expert 
advice was given on subjects ranging from hair styles 
to dating. This proved to be a very worthwhile course. 



A touch of the classical 




Dean's Council officers 




"What on earth is Freddy doing? I 
shall get pneumonia if I stay in this 
draught any longer." 




"PYGMALION 



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This year, under the direction of Miss Janet 
Draghetti, the Drama Club staged George Bern- 
ard Shaw's play, "Pygmalion". Debbie Torrence 
and Chuck Pacheco are to be congratulated for 
their magnificent performances as Eliza Doo- 
little and Henry Higgins. The production was 
well appreciated by all who attended it. 




"I could pass you off 
as the Queen of 
Sheba." 



"I'd like to go into the Housing Question 
with you, I would" 




The cast— Act I 



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BANK TELLERS 

Row 1: R. Fernandez, B. Guidaboni, L. 
Procter, N. Whiting. Row 2: J. Miran- 
da, L. Cadose, B. Sampson, M. Moon. 
Row 3: J. Copley, G. Carter, B. Harris, 
C. Lanman, C. Costa. 



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LITERARY MAGAZINE 

(front) J. Pacheco, P. Zucchelli, 
R. Silva, J. Wager, H. Gibbs. 
(back) R. Costa. B. McLean, G. 
Erickson, A. Bongiovanni, A. Eng- 
strom, A. Cappella. 



FUTURE NURSES 

Mrs. Ruth Volta 
Advisor 



S.A.S. HOMEROOM 
REPRESENTATIVES 




GEOLOGY CLUB 

(front) M. Perrault, L. Axford, S. 
Edwards, B. Meyer, (back) B. 
Basinski, W. Bagley, Mr. Ronald 
Gomes, advisor; F. Richards, C. 
Brewster. 




. . . and More Activities 




DRAMA CLUB 

Miss Janet Draghetti, director. 

BAND 

John Pacheco, director, John Pacheco, Jr., drum major. 





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Moonlight relaxation 



On Saturday, May 23, 1964, the Class of 
1965 presented its junior prom, Oriental 
Gardens, in the Plymouth-Carver High 
School commons and adjacent courtyard. Jun- 
iors and their guests danced to the music 
of Barry Brown's Orchestra and were also 
entertained by the singing of classmate, 
Miss Leslie Nicoli. The after-prom dining 
was provided for by the beautiful White 
Cliffs of Plymouth. 

The night was warm, the stars were 
bright, and Arthur lost his way to Manomet. 




The Grand March . 




Officers and their dates. 



In An "ORIENTAL GARDEN" 





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I am not necessarily 

one of those ivho think thee holy. 

But I often stop to wonder how thou canst 

go so fast when thou comest in so slowly." 

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Washington Street 


Duxbury 



Best Wishes 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY 
ELECTRIC COMPANY 

Tel. 746-9300 
Main Street Extension Plymouth 



Best Wishes 



JIM'S RESTAURANT 



17 Main Street 



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Compliments of 



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VENDING SERVICE INC. 

"Automatic Cafeteria Systems" 

Tel. 746-1713 
Plymouth, .Mass. 



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PLYMOUTH FEDERAL 
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 
Inc. 1882 Fed. 1937 



President 

Walder J. Engstrom 

Vice President 
& Treasurer 

A. Lee Roulston 



Secretary 

Mae E. Emond 

Assistant 
Secretary 

Esther Crowell 



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Ronald C. Carletti 




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Congratulations from 

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"Insurance That Insures" 

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Kingston, Mass. 



WOOD'S FISH MARKET 

Town Wharf 
Plymouth, Mass. 

Tel. 746-0261 
Quality Seafoods 



JOHN E. JORDW CO. 

• Builders' Hardware 

• Electrical Supplies 

• Sporting Goods 

• Garden Tools 

• Housewares & Appliances 



If it is . . . 

JORDAN has it! 

Phone Pilgrim 6-2283 



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Congratulations 

to all graduates of Plymouth-Carver High School 

From Radio Station 



WPLM 



Good Luck to All of You 
—The Class of 1965 



John Thomas Campbell 

1390 on your AM dial 

911 mc. on your FM dial 



owner, manager of WPLM 
500 watts 
20,000 watts 



6 A.M.-Midnight 
Radio Voice of Plymouth, Cape Cod, and The Islands 



Best of Luck to the Seniors 



TASSY'S 



Summer St. 



Kingston, Mass. 



Tel. JU 5-4509 



STEVENS, The Florist 



Store Phone 
PI 6-2600 



Greenhouse 
PI 6-2601 



Plymouth, Mass. 
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The Seniors 







PLYMOUTH CORDAGE 
COMPANY 

PLYMOUTH, MASS. 



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PLYMOUTH MARINE RAILWAY INC. 



MARTHA'S GIFT & TOY SHOP 



300 Court Street 
North Plymouth 




Congratulations to the Class of '65 



PLYMOUTH FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BAM 



Plymouth — Kingston — Duxbury — Marshfield 



Your Bank for School Savings 



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Congratulations to the Graduates 




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Plymouth Savings Bank 



"The FRIENDLY Bank' 



Arthur G. Estes, Jr., President 
James A. White, Vice President 
Warren M. Axford, Treasurer 
Donald W. Heath, Assistant Treasurer 



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THE PURITAN 
CLOTHING CO 

"Modern Stores for Men & Boys" 



Plymouth — Rockland 



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THE PURITAN CLEANING DEPT. 



Plymouth's Oldest and Finest Dry Cleaners 



Plymouth 



Tel. PI 6-3730 



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TWIN MOTOR SALES 
CORPORATION 

HIGH GRADE CARS 

800 Crescent St. (Cor. Quincy St.) 
Brockton, Mass. 

A. BUCKMAN, Prop. 

Telephone Brockton 583-9379 




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INSURANCE AGENCY 

Realtors 



South Duxbury 

Massachusetts 

02374 

Telephone 

934-2422 



45 Court Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 

02360 

Telephone 

746-1965 

746-3606 



MEL'S AUTO REPAIR 

Repairs on all make cars 

109 Sandwich Street 
Plymouth 

E. T. Diozzi, Proprietor 
Esso Products 

Telephone PI 6-1547 



"Education is the Apprenticeship of Life" 

FOR SCHOOL NEWS 

. that story of the Class Prom 

. stories of special school events 

. social items of your Classmates 

. the weekly column of your school Press Club 

. your school graduation 

. your school athletics — baseball, football, field 
hockey, track, tennis 

all with photos and action pictures 

READ THE OLD COLONY MEMORIAL 

— New England's Greatest Weekly Newspaper For 143 Years — 

©In (Monij Memorial 

FOR QUALITY PRINTING — INQUIRE OF MEMORIAL PRESS 



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Congratulations to the Graduating Class 
from 

JOHN ALDEN GIFT SHOP 



Water Street 
GIFTS 



Plymouth, Mass. 

SOUVENIRS 



MIDWAY SERVICE 
CENTER 

Gas — Oil — Groceries 



Route 58 



South Carver 



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330 Court Street Plymouth, Mass. 



746-3444 



FURNITURE— GIFTS— BEDDING 

HENRY'S FURNITURE CO. 

48-50 Court Street, Plymouth, Mass. 

Henry J. Busi — Edna A. Busi 

Ronald V, Busi 

DIAL 746-1118 



(tsso) 



Congratulations to the Class of '65 



KINGSTON OIL & GAS 



Joseph Balboni & Sons 



JU 5-4541 



JU 5-2604 



Main Office and Showroom 



62 Main Street — Kingston 



Propane Plant 



Pembroke St. (Route 27) — Kingston 



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Frank J. Abate, M.D. 
Richard Elliott, M.D. 
Charles Benea, D.M.D. 
Clifford Agnew, M.D. 
Robert Petrell, M.D. 
Myron Policow, D.D.S. 
H. H. Hamilton, M.D. 
John Gilmore, M.D. 
Atty. Phillip Cronin 



James Browning, M.D. 
Edward M. Krensky, D.D.S. 
Elmer Shaw, M.D. 
Hyman Duby, M.D. 
W. 0. Dyer, D.M.D. 
Harry Keller, D.M.D. 
Robert Rozene, D.M.D. 
Medora Eastwood, . M.D. 
Judge Hugh R. Maraghy 



FRIENDS 



Walter S. Wolfe 

Miss Phyllis R. Boucher 

Agnes E. Basinski 

Rev. and Mrs. William Joseph Watts 

Mr. Theodore Anderson 

Mrs. Albert Saunders 

Mrs. Leona Swartz 

Mr. Edward Karklin 

Mrs. Doreen McForsyth 

Mrs. Curtis Lafayette 

Mrs. Howard Ball 

Kenneth Walker 

Mrs. Frank Mitchele 

Janice and Danny O'Connor 

Charles Silva and Sons 

Mrs. Irma Brenner 

Mr. Mando Ferioli and Inky Ferioli 

Mr. Edward Figueiredo 

J. L. Sheehan 



Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
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Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
Mr. and Mrs. 



Ralph L. Linton 
Diaz 

Martin E. Sand 
Warren P. Barron 
Raymond Boccaci 
Grant Axford 
Harold J. Barufaldi 
James Gomes 
Houston 

Edward N. Buckley 
Harrison Griffon 
Myron Weston 
Donald Tracy 
Craig Webler 
Joseph J. Turner 
Horace Baker 
Richard H. Dunham 
C. F. Donovan 



BENOTTI'S GROCERY 









FRIENDS 






Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Euclid Carreau 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Anthony Canal 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Lawrence Carter 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Walder J. Engstrom 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Raymond Burton 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Clifton Doten 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


George Butters 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Henry Dunlap 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Alfred Manseau 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Wilho Harju 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


George Griffin 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Wesley Knight 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Gilbert Tavares 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Arthur Normand 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Harold E. Giles 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


A. S. Nickerson Jr. 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Arthur Freeland 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Alfred C. Martin 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Allen W. Bumpus 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Donald Heath 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Toivo Erickson 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Joseph Jayko 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Theodore Mueller 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Winfield Henry 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Francis Shea 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Beecher Clauson 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Manuel Santos 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Mauro Valenciano 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


John Sears 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Joseph Ledo 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Robert D. Sampson 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Walter Furtado 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Iraton Bumpus 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Robert Carlisle 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Tino Ceccarelli 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Leo Morin 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Michael Brigida 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Everett F. Lanman 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


William Torrance 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


David Brewer 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Harold Peck 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Edwin Brown 


Dr. 


and Mrs. 


Milton Geller 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Louis L. Cappannari 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


William Darsch 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Benjamin Brewster 


Mr. 


and Mrs 


Arthur Britto 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Louis Matinzi 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Glenn Salter 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Morey 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


J. Jean Vincent 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Michael Motta 



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Sheet Metal Work and 

General Hardware 

42-44 Court Street 
Tel. 746-0265 



WARNSMAN & FERIOLI 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

All Forms of Insurance 
and Real Estate 

7 Main Street 

Telephone 746-3999 

Plymouth, Mass. 



WARD & BRADY 



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Compliments of 



WESTON BROS., INC. 



Carver, Mass. 
UN 6-4463 



JOHNSON'S 

TRUCKING and 

EXCAVATING 

South Carver 
UN 6-3853 



CARVER SUPPLY 
COMPANY 

Carver, Mass. 
866-4480 



Route 3A 



Compliments of 





The 
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Travler 



Rest and Comfort 
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PLYMOUTH, 

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South Carver, Mass. 



"Plymouth's Prescription Store" 

BRADLEY PHARMACY 

22 Court Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

Roy B. Bradley 
Registered Pharmacist 



Compliments 
Of 

W. T. GRANT 

Plimoth Plaza 
Plymouth, Mass. 



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P & L COMPANY 



Loam - Sand - Gravel 



Loader and Bulldozer Service 



Phone UN 6-4402 



West Carver 



Compliments of 

PLYMOUTH ROCK 
TROUT COMPANY 

Nook Road Plymouth 
746-0788 



SAMOSET 


GARAGE, 


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40 


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Congratulations 
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PLYMOUTH BOWL-O-MAT 



One Park Ave. 



746-9825 



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FRIENDS 




Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


William Vickery 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Paul Whitman 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Antone F. Costa Jr. 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Robert D. Williams 


Mr. 


and 


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James F. Costa 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


George E. Young 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Irving Knight 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Manuel E. Fontes 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Joseph Sarnelli 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Edward Cadose 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Manuel Medeiros 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Joseph Giovanetti 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


James Sarnelli 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Richard Schweizer 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


James Santarpia 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Roth 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Robert T. Sampson 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Waino 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


A. Michael Montanari 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Spencer White 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Louis Cotti 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Arthur Pedro 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Chadwick 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Maurice Bates 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Micheal Bresnahan 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Morris Bloom 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


James Caramello 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Leonard Barbieri 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Emerson Coleman 


Mr. 


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Enzo Bongiovanni 


Mr. 


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Mrs. 


Ernest Silva 


Mr. 


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John Pascoe 


Mr. 


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Mrs. 


F. T. Brown 


Mr. 


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Henry Dunlap 


Mr. 


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Robert M. Briggs 


Mr. 


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Richard T. Thatcher 


Mr. 


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Mrs. 


W. J. Lynch 


Mr. 


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John Prout 


Mr. 


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James Frazier 


Mr. 


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C. F. Donovan 


Mr. 


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Mrs. 


Ernest Gomes 


Mr. 


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Lawrence Leach 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


John Gascoyne 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Lawrence D. Raymond 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Arthur Gray 








Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Clarence Fortini 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


Arthur Doten 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


Frank Freyermouth 


Mr. 


and Mrs. 


David Freeman 


Mr. 


and 


Mrs. 


John Fontes 


Mr. 


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Joseph B. Correa 



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WALK-OVER SHOE 
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8A North Street Plymouth 



Compliments of 



D. ROSSI & SONS 



Compliments of 

RELIABLE CLEANERS 

28 Sandwich St. 
Plymouth 

Tel. 746-0520 




Congratulations to the 
Class of 1965 



M & M SPORTING GOODS COMPANY 



Pilgrim 6-1915 



35 Main Street 



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SPONSORS 


Alves' Shoe Store 




Happy Hollow Motel 


Anti's 




Mando's Furniture Inc. 


Plymouth Supply Co. 




Maccaferri Shoe Store 


Mary's Beauty Shop 




Mario's Market 


Mayflower Awning Co. 




Ockers Co. 


Bluebird 




North Plymouth Liquor Mart 


H. A. Bradford and Sons Co., 


Inc. 


Valente Brothers Florists 


Blue Blinds Gift Shop 




Leonardi's Pioneer Food Store 


Rebuttini's Food Store 




Lincoln St. Service Station 


Plymouth Glass Co. 




Plymouth Antique Center 


Cotti Laurence Co., Inc. 




Gambini's 


O'Keefe's Hat Shoppe 




Harold K. Beal Jr. 


Pilgrim "Super" Drug 




Ted Vaughan, Carver, Mass. 


Ye-Olde Country Store 




Bell Shop 


White Springs Cranberries 




Barbeiri's Grocery Store 


Federal Cranberry Co. 




Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Brown 


Carver Country Homes 




Carroll Cut Rate 


Tina's Sandwich Shop 




Cape Travel Agency 


North Carver Shell Station 




Cappannari Bros. Grocery Store 


Sears, Roebuck and Co. 




L. E. Bouchard Co., Inc. 


Dexter's 




Mabel Crowell 


Crowell's 




Washburn's Lakeside Greenhouses 


Kingston Sunoco Service 




Leslie's 


Louis' Barber Shop 




Mr. and Mrs. Louis Scotto 


Benea Block Co. 




Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Brewster 


Green Thumb 




Bob Pratt 



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20 Middle Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 


LITHO-OFFSET & LETTERPRESS 


Tel. 746-1234 



Compliments of 

GELLAR'S SERVICE STATION 

State Road, Manomet 
CA 4-2427 



WILDES 


MOTOR 
INC. 


CO., 


Samoset St. 




PI 6-2900 i 


Plymouth, Mass. 





SEARS FUEL CO. 



"Let the Green Fleet 



Deliver your Heat" 



JOSEPH H. BOUCHER 

Meats 
Groceries 
Novelties 

So. Carver 

Mass. 

Phone UNion 6-3641 



PRISCILLA GRILL 

301 Court St. Plymouth 

PI 6-9804 



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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 



The editors of the 1965 Pilgrim express warm and sincere appreciation 
to the following people who have given of their time, their money, and their 
advice in order that this yearbook could become a reality. 

Mr. Robert Vantine, our yearbook representative from the Delmar 
Printing Company, whose patience, understanding, advice, and sense of 
humor proved invaluable. 

The Dicksons, our photographers, who worked beyond the call of duty to 
help us with deadlines and all problems. 

Miss Anita Drisko, our new advisor, whose faith in us and understanding 
of "kids" in general was so important. 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Buckley, whose kind hospitality and warm home 
provided for our nightly "Pilgrim" meetings; especially to "Buck" for 
transporting material to and from Westwood savings us valuable postage 
money. 

Mr. Randall Abbott, photographer, for pictures of the football and bas- 
ketball seasons. 

Mr. Patrick Berry, our senior class advisor, whose willingness to assist 
the yearbook and its problems was essential. 

Miss Phyllis Boucher, our special advisor, who never failed us in the use 
of her apartment, Buick, Coke, popcorn, potato chips, and valuable sugges- 
tions. 

Plimoth Plantation and Mr. E. Lawrence Couter, who gave us a selection 
of historical photographs for our theme pages. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest White, for the use of their home for many of our 
meetings. 

The administration and faculty, for their patience and understanding 
when classes had to be interrupted for Pilgrim pictures. 

Chuck Caramello, our business manager, who took the entire -financial 
responsibility of the yearbook in his hands and accomplished his task well. 

Ce Ce and Barbara Buckley, our "secretaries", whose assistance became 
as vital to the final product as their understanding did to our problems. 

Mr. Al Montanari, for his time and guidance in helping us use the staff 
camera. 

Mrs. Alice Urann, who, because of a sincere interest in all students and a 
benevolence when the need is apparent, left us little choice for our dedica- 
tion. 

Ellie Fry, Nancy Randall, Ellen Kierstead, and Jean Furtado, for their 
constantly efficient clerical help. 

All the editors, staff members, and interested students who worked to 
make this a good yearbook. 

Our advertisers, sponsors, and friends for their continued support of this 
year's edition of the Pilgrim. 






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